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The times they are a changin’ at Oliver hospital Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Recent criticism aimed at South Okanagan General Hospital and Interior Health is causing unnecessary angst, says the chief of staff. Dr. Peter Entwistle, who normally keeps a low profile, spoke up last week after concerns were raised about the hospital losing beds to office space. While Entwistle doesn’t dispute the fact that the number of beds have declined over the years (from 45 to 18), he pointed to changing times and a different approach to health care. He said there is less need for beds today compared to the 1970s because of medical advancements. This has resulted in people coming out of the hospital quicker than before and getting alternate treatment elsewhere, including their own homes. “The aim is to keep people out of the hospital as much as we can,” Entwistle stated, “not because it’s a cheaper option, because very often it isn’t, but because it’s better care for our patients.” The chief of staff explained that SOGH can accommodate a maximum of 25 beds, but is only funded for 18. Sometimes they see 23-24 beds in use, he pointed out. In the 1990s the hospital’s south wing was closed and those rooms were eventually utilized by health care offices in a bid to localize services. Entwistle acknowledged that the remaining patient rooms have adequate space, compared to similar facilities. The chief of staff admitted there are more pressing priorities than providing additional beds. For example, they want to improve the design of the emergency department. “We are striving to provide the best possible care to our patients, with the aim of increasing accessibility and providing the care at the right time, right place by the right person.” Entwistle confirmed there is one doctor covering the emergency department at any one time, although there is always a second doctor available who can be called in immediately for emergency situations, but they are trying to increase that number in order to decrease wait times. Entwistle said there are 11 full service family practitioners working in Oliver. One new physician, Dr. Madia Smallwood, recently arrived from South Africa. Another doctor is due to start practicing in the fall, and he will be taking on new patients, Entwistle said. The doctor recruitment program is working well, thanks in part to former chief of staff Dr. Alan Ruddiman who has worked hard to attract physicians to the community. While SOGH no longer offers birthing services, it does perform advanced hand and arm surgeries courtesy of Dr. Stuart Johnston. Entwistle said the hospital also has the most advanced
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The second annual dam safety report shows the government has learned its lesson.
South Okanagan General Hospital is a busy place. Here, chief of staff Dr. Peter Entwistle takes a break outside the emergency department, where patients are treated for all kinds of illnesses.
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computerized medical record system that reduces the risk of medication errors. The chief of staff doesn’t have a crystal ball, but he’d like to see health care become more community based with easier access for patients to get the most appropriate care 24 hours a day. “Whilst local medical staff will be continuing to recruit more doctors to our communities, some care is often more accessible and better for the patient when provided for by a team that includes nurses, doctors, pharmacists and other health care workers,” he pointed out. In the latest health care news, doctors in BC have ratified a new four-year agreement that will support ongoing efforts to recruit and retain physicians, while improving access to specialists and care in rural and remote communities. The $100 million agreement will help doctors throughout BC deliver comprehensive care in the areas of chronic disease management, maternity care, mental health and seniors care. Entwistle said he welcomes the agreement because it maintains many of the innovative programs that have already been developed. The deal will enable local physicians to apply to the government to become a pilot site to develop their existing services which will help to maintain and ensure sustainable, easily accessible and responsive quality health care in Oliver and Osoyoos.
Chief of staff Dr. Peter Entwistle visits Zoltan Makovinszky for a checkup in his room at South Okanagan General Hospital. Lyonel Doherty photo
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hief of Staff Dr. Peter Entwistle is a busy guy at South Okanagan General Hospital. He’s not Clint Eastwood, but they have him going “every which way but loose.” We tracked him down to the emergency department last week where he was scheduled to give Osoyoos Mayor Stu Wells a tour, in between servicing walk-in patients and his own bed-ridden patients. He stood in the middle of the hall assuring several walk-ins that they would be seen shortly, before giving us a brief tour. He said they were dealing with a snake bite victim, who was a priority for staff at the moment. Dr. Entwistle introduced us to one of his patients, a smiling Zoltan Makovinszky who was delighted to see visitors. The room that he shared with another patient had adequate space, but you wouldn’t want to do aerobics in there. Next on the tour was the multifaceted health unit in the south wing, a one-stop shop for hospital staff to get the information they need for patients. Concern has been raised about these offices taking over space previously utilized by patient beds. But as chair of the hospital district Janice Perrino put it, these beds were not cut back or reduced, they were consciously taken away because there was no need for them. We are told the 18 beds at SOGH are more than adequate for the demand, and it only makes sense to have the one-stop public health centre on the premises. Health care has changed a great deal over the years. In many ways it’s better and we’re getting smarter. With advanced medicine and delivery of care, people don’t need to be stuck in the hospital for long periods of time. That was the 1970s, this is now. Today, we can receive quality health care at home, which is way more comfortable than laying in a hospital bed staring at the ceiling.
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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Woman baking up a real storm Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle A “storm” is brewing at Crucetti’s Restaurant in Oliver, where Heather Hewer is baking pies to raise money for a softball player close to her heart. Heather is raising money to help her granddaughter Kennedy Hewer go to the national under 18 championships with her team Surrey Storm A. It will cost every girl on the team about $2,500 for airfare, accommodation, meals, etc. So Heather is doing what
Number of available beds still in question at SOGH When people receive a 'pat answer' from officials. It is not the ' Canadian way' to question.....we are going to have to learn that.....one letter, one query, at a time nearly always ignored. (may be replied to but nothing of value to the writer) The 'Pat Answer', goes round and round and you are sent back to the same person...and if you haven't learned by now, the pat answer is not necessarily the truth. IHA responded to their own investigator with the same answers we received, the same outline given me by their chief of staff, the same answer to their (and our) ministry,who responded to me with, basically all was well because the administrator explained it was. You can give them all credit for sticking to the same script! Whether the numbers of beds or rooms. Administration at SOGH ( South Okanagan General Hospital) has frequently stated that 18 (eighteen) beds is their number, they never used more, never need eighteen. They occasionally pop in a few more, and once in a while exceed that. So we can regard some of the information given out as
totally untrue, it is a small thing, they must think we can not handle openess...but they are the officials with the official answers . I have told the minster, through his aide, to get his head out of the sand as it were, and realize that we do not trust their oversight. It is their job to hold health authorities responsible. It is not necessarily the size of the organization, but the difficulty in following the maze that is at fault. Governments seem to favour this approach. Everyone is blameless and everyone goes home with a paycheck. I wonder what happens in the real world? If we care to protect what we have,we have to get involved, if we do not, we deserve what we get, the same thing goes at election time. When that time comes choose your candidates carefully and cast your vote for ones who will speak out and listen to their constituents.
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she does best to help Kennedy offset these costs. She is taking pie orders at Crucetti’s and will be selling pies in the Oliver Place Mall on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday of this week. Heather said the team is a “hard working bunch” of girls representing the province. “If anyone told them they would be going to the nationals, they would have laughed.” In fact, the girls initially didn’t have a team to play on and were practically “written off,” Heather said. But they merged with the Surrey Storm and now they’re off to the nationals. Pie order forms are available at the restaurant.
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Bill C-38 wayward and bloated legislation The budget implementation act (Bill For example, many changes to the FishC-38), all 400 pages of it, was the latest in a eries Act including the removal of the long string of legislative initiatives to have section that provides protection to fish debate limited by time allocation. Like too habitat were nothing but contentious. many other bills that parliament has been Former federal Minister of Fisheries, Tom forced to fast-track, C-38 was bloated, om- Siddon, a Conservative himself, has been nibus and strayed in too many directions. an outspoken critic of the measures that New Democrats demanded that the act be gut the act. He has stated that the protecdivided into more manageable tion of fish habitat implemented and appropriate pieces of legislain the 1960s, was updated in the tion so that parliament could do 1980s for good reasons. Yet, for its job properly. this government, the protection The fact is, this legislation of fish habitat was a stumbling changes so many federal laws and block for oil pipelines and tailing regulations it is impossible to say pools made out of drained lakes. what the real effects to our counThe intent of Bill C-38 is obvitry will be. What has now become ous and one-sided. Even though obvious to many Canadians is that the Conservatives knew that the this bill was only studied by the majority of Canadians did not Finance Committee. By having MP Alex want the environment gutted rushed the measures contained in Atamanenko for a quick buck today, they nevthe budget which have less to do ertheless included changes to a with federal spending than changwide variety of legislation such ing laws and regulations, the Conservatives as the Navigable Waters Protection Act and have made it very clear that they did not the Energy Board Act. want parliament to do its job or Canadians The changes brought about by Bill C-38 to pay attention. will be felt by generations to come. Once Much of the budget has set the course again, our government has sold out the infor a Canada that is increasingly deregu- terests of Canadians to the corporate seclated. The work of many parliaments was tor. cast aside in order to rush natural resource I am proud to say that the Opposition exports on behalf of largely foreign-owned parties untied to oppose the Conservative corporations. The budget’s focus was so Trojan Horse Bill and helped raise awarethoroughly one-sided that people who ness of this blatant attack on parliament should be natural allies of this govern- and democracy in our country. ment’s were questioning its lack of balance. Was there really any other choice?
New voice technology supports physicians Contributed To the Chronicle Interior Health is expanding its use of voice recognition technology for physician reports at its hospitals. The new software translates spoken words into text, and will result in both cost savings and quicker report turnaround times. “This technology will allow Interior Health to meet the ever increasing demand for transcription services, while taking advantage of technology that will result in improved turnaround time for vital patient care information,” says Interior Health Board Chair Norman Embree. Voice recognition technology, also known as "automatic speech recognition", "ASR", "computer speech recognition", "speech to text", or just "STT", allows patient information to be available at different points of care more quickly and efficiently. This is particularly important in cases when time is of the essence and multiple care providers are involved, such as trauma patients or those who are critically ill. “Our goal is to be both innovative and efficient in the delivery of high quality health care,” says Mal Griffin, Interior Health Chief Information Officer. “By introducing this technology across the health authority, we will achieve over one million dollars in savings and better turnaround time for vital physician reports.” The process for physicians dictating notes remains unchanged — the improvements happen behind the scene. Traditionally, once a physician finishes dictating their notes an audio file is sent to a transcriptionist, who listens to the recording
and types up the report. The turnaround time for this traditional transcription service varies from about 24 to 72 hours. With voice recognition technology that time is expected to improve by 30 percent. A transcriptionist still reviews the automatically produced text file, edits it if required, and saves the document to the patient’s electronic medical record. Quality measures are built in and if required a transcriptionist will listen to the original audio file, transcribe and save the document. Through this editing process the “smart technology” learns to better recognize the particular physician’s voice and speech patterns. “Many of our physicians have been asking for this technology. We expect the benefits will be significant,” says Dr. Michael Ertel, Medical Director for Emergency Services and Critical Care Transport Advisor for Interior Health. “For example, if a complicated trauma patient was seen and initially resuscitated at Kootenay Boundary Hospital, and then transferred to one of our tertiary care trauma centres, voice recognition would enable the original emergency department physician’s initial critical care summary to be available to the accepting trauma doctor much more quickly.” Interior Health successfully implemented voice recognition technology to support physicians in Diagnostic Imaging in spring 2011. Ground work to further expand the technology will commence this month and the software will be introduced at nine locations starting in September. The locations include Penticton, Kelowna, Vernon and Salmon Arm.
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Aquaculture facility being proposed The owners of a Road 17 property south of Oliver are proposing to construct an aquaculture (fish farm) facility. Gary and Lorna Klassen have applied for a development variance permit to increase their allowed lot coverage from three per cent to six per cent. The property is currently used for agriculture and has several farm buildings on it. The lot is adjacent to the Okanagan River channel and is within the floodplain. Regional district planner Malcolm McNaughton stated aquaculture is considered a form of agriculture and is an allowed use in the AG1 zone. The zoning bylaw requires a maximum three per cent parcel coverage for the agricultural component of the property. The Klassens also propose to build a new single family residence to replace the existing residence, which will be converted to farm use. McNaughton said the proposed lot coverage is not out of character with the agricultural nature of the area. He noted the increase in lot coverage is akin to a greenhouse or other production facility. The planner said the aquaculture structure is not a processing facility, but a rearing facility. “It is not seen to be inconsistent with the nature of the area and should not have an adverse impact upon the streetscape, views or character of the area.” McNaughton said the parcel will still be actively farmed with tree fruits. The area that is proposed for the facility is currently being used for hay production. Although some hay production would be lost, it would be replaced by the production of fish, McNaughton said. The planner said the proposed buildings are set well back from the property line and are within the 10-metre height allowed in the zone. “Due to the specialized nature of the building, it is doubtful that the buildings could easily be converted to some non-agricultural production use at a later point.” Area C director Allan Patton said the RDOS considers the aquaculture facility as a productive farm building and approved the variance permit. However, the proposal to construct a new residence on the floodplain was rejected. An argument was made by the applicant’s agent that the RDOS could approve the residence as long as it absolves itself from any liability. But Patton said the RDOS could not accept that argument, noting they don’t want to risk anyone’s safety or damage to property.
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PUBLIC ANNOUNCEMENT: NEW DOCTORS JOIN FAMILY PRACTICE IN OLIVER.
6307 M AIN STREET, OLIVER Dr. Alan W . Ruddiman Dr. C. Stuart Johnston Dr. Ansunette DeVries Dr. M adia Smallw ood
The doctors and staff at Main Street Medical Associates are pleased to welcome Dr. Madia Smallwood to its medical staff. Dr. Smallwood has been recruited from South Africa primarily to replace and assume all of the family practice duties of Dr. Marianne Willis who is now working with the BC Cancer Agency.
Dr. Smallwood is excited about the opportunities that living and working in the south Okanagan bring to her and her family. In addition to her family practice, Dr. Smallwood also has hospital privileges at the South Okanagan General Hospital and will be providing emergency room coverage and care of hospital patients.
We invite all patients, previously with Dr. Willis, to schedule an appointment with Dr. Smallwood at the clinic to introduce yourself and to make the doctor familiar with your ongoing health needs. Please join us in welcoming Dr. Madia Smallwood, her husband Ryan and their daughter Kaelyn to Oliver. Dr. Smallwood may have openings in her family practice for new patients if her current roster of patients and duties allow for this. In further efforts to address the medical needs of south Okanagan residents, the clinic has also recruited and will be welcoming Dr. Juan Venter and his wife Adel, who are due to arrive here in Oliver from South Africa in early September 2012. The clinic is now accepting registration from patients in the south Okanagan who currently do not have a local family physician. Priority will be given to those patients who have already placed their names on a waitlist with the clinic. We thank you all for your patience. Please call Main Street Medical Associates to be added to this waitlist in anticipation of Dr. Venter’s arrival. TO CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT OR TO BE ADDED TO THE CLINIC WAITLIST:
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Community park needs power upgrades
The new outdoor stage in Oliver Community Park needs power. During construction it was determined that to provide power to the site the nearest power pole and power line would have to be upgraded. The upgrades have been quoted by For-
tisBC at $28,261, and it has been recommended that the cost be funded by the Area C P3434344 Parks and Recreation reserve, which has a balance of $286,185. The community stage was funded by the Oliver Kiwanis Club and built by Grant Beauclair Construction.
NKâ€™Mip Cellars brings home gold for icewine Contributed To the Chronicle NK'Mip Cellars was awarded top accolades for its Qwam Qwmt Riesling Icewine 2010 at the 2012 Decanter World Wine Awards in London, England capturing the Regional Trophy and Gold medal for its Qwam Qwmt Riesling Icewine 2010 in the Sweet Wines category. In addition to winning the regional trophy the wine was awarded as one of the top five new world sweet wines and is now up for the international award. Nk'Mip received 11 medals in total including a second gold medal for the 2008 Qwam Qwmt Syrah. Winemaker Randy Picton applies a specific philosophy to the art of winemaking; while he believes that great wines start in the vineyard, Picton's attention to detail allows him to approach each wine with a unique strategy. It is Picton's attention to detail that has continued to set each wine apart - the Qwam Qwmt Riesling Icewine 2010 being the only Canadian wine to win in its category at this year's DWWAs.
"It is a great honour to be recognized by one of the world's most influential wine competitions. It's a tribute to the hard work and commitment to exacting viticultural practices by the Osoyoos Indian Band, says Picton. Distinguished as North America's first aboriginal-owned and operated winery, NK'Mip Cellars celebrates this prestigious award alongside their ten-year anniversary milestone. This award has come during quite a momentous occasion as they ring in their ten-year anniversary at the winery. Picton said "The Decanter World Wine Awards are very highly regarded in the industry. It's this type of international recognition that continues to help us grow in new ways." NK'Mip Cellars Qam Qwmt Riesling Icewine 2010 harvested at -13Â° Celsius with a brix of 40.4 from NK'Mip Vineyard's highly prized 30-year-old Riesling block-pure and focused, this inviting icewine displays harmonious layering of honey, baked apple, sweet citrus and apricot. The defined mid palate progresses into a mouthwatering, powerful finish that is inspired by wellintegrated acidity.
Regional district gives green light to distillery The regional district has given the green light to Grant Stevely and Raymond Cyr to rezone a piece of property at Gallagher Lake for a distillery. The zoning will be changed from Commercial Tourist Four (campground) to General Commercial Site Specific on a portion of 39036 Gallagher Lake Frontage Road. The plan is to develop a distillery with associated retail sales/tasting room and residential suite. The proposed building will be approximately 510 square metres in area. Approximately 30 per cent of the building will be used for production and the remaining 60 per cent will be used for tasting and sales. The residence will be located on the second floor of the proposed building and will be approximately 70 square metres. The remainder of the property will remain zoned CT4. The property is located on the west side of Highway 97 on the south side of Vaseux Creek in the Gallagher Lake community. The property is serviced by an existing frontage road. There is an existing single family residence on the property that will be removed to allow for the development of the distillery. There is a second residence on the property that is not within the rezone area that will remain. There are several large utility rights-ofway located on the western portion of the
property limiting the development potential in that area. Vaseux Creek is a riparian area and may require a watercourse development permit prior to development if improvements are contemplated within the 30-meter riparian assessment area. The property is also within an environmentally sensitive development permit area. Since the site has previously been developed it is anticipated that there is limited natural habitat that may be affected. On October 25, 2011 a public hearing was held in Oliver. The minutes from the hearing indicate that eight members of the public were present. Regional district planner Malcolm McNaughton said the distillery use would require a site specific designation as it is seen as a manufacturing use. The ancillary use of retail sales/tasting and the residential use above the primary use would be allowed within the commercial zone. McNaughton said the applicants have met the conditions outlined at first and second reading by entering into a service agreement with the regional district with regards to water and sewer, which includes a $7,500 deposit. The applicants have also submitted a building permit application that substantially conforms to the plans submitted with the rezoning application.
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Collision - Two vehicles collided on Fairview Road (at Princess Street) recently, however, nobody was seriously injured. Shown here are a fire department official and an RCMP member checking on the occupant of one vehicle. Police did not provide details of the accident.
RDOS considers new radio study Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle The regional district is discussing executing a contract for an emergency radio telecommunications study. The board included $40,000 in the 2012 budget to retain the services of a consultant to conduct a complete review of the fire radio and paging systems to ensure compliance with current standards, in order “to address issues of contention between paging and voice, and to reduce the reliance on dial-up connections as a primary radio link.” A request for proposals was issued in June and five submissions were received. These submissions were evaluated by a team, including Deputy Fire Chief Bob Graham from the Oliver Fire Department. Last Thursday the regional district discussed the recommended proposal offered by Planetworks for nearly $50,000.
Council to borrow for water projects Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle The Town of Oliver has adopted a loan authorization bylaw to borrow $520,000 over 10 years for four water capital projects. The projects include the following: $188,000 to rehabilitate irrigation flume 3 to service the agricultural community; $154,000 for water chlorination improvements at Rockcliffe and Tucelnuit wells; $101,000 for drilling and developing a water supply well at Buchanan Road; and $77,000 to complete phase II of the rural water twinning project (to enable year-round delivery of potable water for domestic use. The financing is done through the regional district, which must in turn borrow the money through the Municipal Finance Authority of BC.
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FortisBC’s new residential conservation rate FortisBC introduced a new residential two-tier conservation rate for electricity customers on July 1, 2012. About 75 per cent of electricity customers will pay about the same or less on this new rate, with some paying more based on electricity consumption. To learn more about the new residential conservation rate or to calculate your bill, visit fortisbc.com/rcr or call 1-866-436-7847. Are you a high energy user? Learn ways to use less energy at fortisbc.com/reduceyouruse. FortisBC uses the FortisBC name and logo under license from Fortis Inc. (12-046.5 06/2012)
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Securing the stage - The Oliver community stage near the swimming pool is nearly complete. Grant Beauclair (seen here) of Grant Beauclair Construction says the Kiwanis-sponsored project will officially open soon and under budget. Roy Heuckendorff photo
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Dam report highlights what was learned in Oliver Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Thanks to what was learned from the Oliver mudslide in 2010, several unlicenced dams in the Osoyoos area were handled without any major breach or property damage this spring. The government’s improved ability to respond to potential dam safety problems was put to the test in April 2012. During pre-freshet dam assessments, several unlicensed dams were discovered in the Osoyoos area. But they were handled without incident. This was one of the findings in the BC
government’s second annual dam safety report. Improved monitoring, increased audits, greater public awareness and higher staffing levels highlighted the government’s ongoing commitment to dam safety over the past year. The 2011-12 report includes data on incidents and failures, dam construction, inspections, compliance, corrective actions and program management highlights. The annual reports began shortly after the Oliver slide destroyed five homes and numerous orchards in June of 2010. Luckily, no one was injured. Most if not all claims for compensation have been settled.
Between April 1, 2011 and March 31, 2012, the ministry issued compliance surveys to 313 high, very high, and extreme consequence dams, resulting in a 96 per cent return rate. Of the surveys returned, 95 per cent reported the completion of formal inspections and 56 per cent had hired qualified engineers to conduct full dam safety reviews. The number of audits conducted during the reporting period increased to 130 from 99 the previous year, surpassing the target of 114 for 2011-12. There were zero dam failures, one dam alert and seven minor incidents, all of which have been resolved to the ministry’s CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY
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satisfaction. As of February 2012, there were 1,640 regulated dams in BC ranging in size from massive concrete structures, such as Mica Dam, to small earth-filled dams used for domestic water storage (similar to the Testalinda dam that broke in 2010). All dam owners in BC are responsible for the inspection and safety of their dams. At the time of the Oliver mudslide, it was reported that rancher Ace Elkink held the rights to the Testalinda dam. The annual report outlines the progress the BC government has made towards meeting the recommendations made in the Continued on Pg B2...
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Dam report highlights deputy solicitor general’s July 2010 review of the Testalinda dam failure. This year’s achievements include: An addition of four full-time equivalents to work specifically on dam safety, as well as training of compliance and enforcement officers in each region to support dam safety officers. - Changes to the British Columbia dam safety regulation that brings the downstream consequence classification categories in line with those used by the Canadian Dam Safety Association. - Notifying more than 1,000 dam owners of the new dam safety regulation. - Completion of 32 project reviews for new, rehabilitated or removed dams and 16 reviews associated with dam construction.
- Installation of new signs with emergency contact information at all governmentowned dams on Crown land. - Provided dam safety workshops to both private and government dam owners. - Further improved the quality of dam information in the dam registry. - Trained compliance and enforcement officers on emergency call-out procedures, allowing staff in the field to respond more quickly when concerns arise. Much of the work done in 2010-11 focused on a rapid assessment of more than 1,100 dams, four of which required immediate attention. Less urgent follow-up was required for an additional 473 dams, 165 of which were followed up on in 2011-12.
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Minister Yap talks multiculturalism in Oliver Lyonel Doherty Oliver Chronicle Minister of State for Multiculturalism John Yap can see the Town of Oliver becoming a “community of practise” when it comes to promoting different cultures. The minister visited the South Okanagan Immigrant and Community Services (SOICS) office in Oliver recently to take part in a round table discussion on multiculturalism. Yap, accompanied by local MLA John Slater, met with Mayor Ron Hovanes and SOICS executive director Hilma Labelle, who facilitated the meeting. The minister also met with Sikh Temple members Jagmel S. Sira, Baltej S. Dhillon, Sher S. Brar and Manmohan S. Thind. Yap also presented special awards to dedicated SOICS volunteers Stuart Culver and Neetu Garcha, programs and outreach assistant. Yap said it was good to leave the Lower Mainland and see the “real world,” noting that new Canadians are such a vital part of the population and the economy. LaBelle started the discussion off by saying their goal is to become the “community of practise” and asked members of the round table what multiculturalism means to them. Hovanes said the face of Oliver has changed so much that it is truly a multicultural community. He noted that Oliver’s farming community is supported by many different cultures, including Indo-Canadians, one of the biggest players in the agricultural sector.
Hovanes said the face of the classroom has also changed, noting it represents an enriched variety of cultures. He stated you would be lucky to find one or two Caucasians on the basketball team at SOSS. Hovanes commended SOICS for the work it is doing, adding that the “community is much richer for multiculturalism.” Corinne Janow, SOICS settlement worker, said the Oliver office assisted 352 clients in the past 10 months. In the same period, the Penticton office served 926 clients. The Oliver office provides free English classes for eligible clients. These classes include speaking, listening, reading and writing everyday English. Students also learn about Canada and Canadian culture through lessons, guest speakers and field trips. Settlement workers assist with immigration and citizenship forms, applying for Canadian passports or benefits, finding community services, government programs and understanding the school system. Janow said clients can use their services to find employment, connect with education and training, and take part in work experience and mentor programs. LaBelle noted the importance of involving school children in multicultural events. She told the round table about introducing a Grade 5 class to a South African wedding dance and Portuguese dancing. “We need to pay attention to working with schools,” she pointed out. But LaBelle advised the group to not focus solely on aboriginal culture in Oliver because other multicultural pieces may go missing.
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The next question LaBelle asked was how visible multicultural services are, and how can they make them more visible. Hovanes immediately mentioned Oliver’s International Sunshine Festival and its focus on multiculturalism. He pointed to the Portuguese drummers and First Nations participants. LaBelle noted that last year’s Sunshine Festival parade featured 42 multicultural flags, meaning 42 nations call the South Okanagan-Similkameen their home.
Hovanes also mentioned the different cultural things going on at the annual Festival of the Grape, which features a variety of ethnic foods. On behalf of the Sikh community, Jagmel Sira raised a concern about wait times for medical treatment at South Okanagan General Hospital. In response, Yap said they will be on the doorstep of Health Minister Mike de Jong to advocate for more resources.
Minister of State for Multiculturalism John Yap recognized volunteer Neetu Garcha during a round table disussion at South Okanagan Immigrant and Community Services in Oliver.
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Once named “Patsy”, now called “Patti” Has grown up in a Jiffy ~ for now this young girl has already turned “50”!!
The batting cage - A young baseball player practices batting during the Junior Young Guns baseball camp in Oliver Community Park.
HAPPY 50TH BIRTHDAY!!
Lyonel Doherty photo
Directory of Religions VALLEY CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 30850 Black Sage Rd. Sunday Worship Gathering: 9:45 a.m. 250.498.4829
ST. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR
(Anglican/Episcopal) Welcomes you! 34660 - 103 St., Oliver
Rev. Patrick Reid
Sunday Service and Sunday School: 11:00 a.m. Information: 250.498.2735
SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH All are welcome 748 Similkameen Ave.
Pastor: Oscar Halvorson
Services Saturday: Sabbath School: 9:30 a.m. Worship Service: 11 a.m. 250.498.4820
OLIVER WORD OF LIFE CENTRE 5825 Princess Place
Pastors Cameron & Margaret Ogilvie
Morning Worship: 10:30 a.m.
(includes Children’s Church) Wed. 7:00 p.m. - Bible Study at the Church 250.498.4434 www.oliverwordoflife.ca
ST. PAUL LUTHERAN CHURCH (LCC) Visitors welcome!
342nd Ave. at Airport Rd. Pastor Darren Siegle Divine Service: 11 a.m. Sunday Sunday School: 2nd and 4th Sunday of the month 9:45 - 10:45 Adult Bible Study: 9:45 a.m.
LIVING WAY CHRISTIAN CENTRE
live * laugh * dream * love 8127 River Rd. - 3 miles north of Oliver
Pastors Mark & Rae Pankratz Sunday Service 10:00 a.m. www.livingway.com 250.498.4595
OLIVER UNITED CHURCH 9915 - 358th Ave.
Minister: Rev. Heather Burton
Sunday Worship: 10:00 a.m. All are welcome
Just north of town on Hwy 97
Lead Pastor: Jeremy Cook Pastor of Seniors: Henry Wiebe
Children’s Ministry: Carol Freeman Sunday Service 10:30 a.m.
Join us for refreshments and fellowship after the service.
Children’s Church and Nursery care available during the service.
Box 938, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 250.498.2781 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
and Adult Sunday School 9:30 - 10:15 a.m.
CHRIST THE KING Catholic Church (6044 Spartan St.) Pastor: Fr. Gabriel Chinnaperiannan Weekend Mass times: Saturdays at 5:00 pm Sundays at 9:30 am All are welcome Phone: 250-498-3934 Website: ctkoliver.org
Phone: 250.498.4253 www.oliveralliancechurch.com Office : 8:30 a.m. - 2:30 p.m. Mon. - Fri.
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The Real Househusbands of Wine Country -
Most boob-tube ooglers (appropriately named) have probably tuned in and out of reality TV’s The Real Housewives of this burgh or that over the past few years. In fact the spray-tanned, over-inflated cast of the Vancouver gong show even bounced their tops and bottoms into the South OkanaBruce Fuller gan for a spit and guzzlefest at one of the best and most prominent wineries in my neighbourhood. An uplifting experience to be sure. All good for BC wine promo plus we’re always happy to have an extra bunch of swelled folks (as in botox and boobs) stack the visitor ranks. And then we have the wine-savvy, athletically fit Real Housewives of Wine Country who I’ve described earlier in this column. They’re our very own polished pussycats sharing saloon space with us whenever they break loose from the myriad of other ‘neet’ stuff (yes, like the
cream they rub onto real-tanned legs) they get up to in the Okanagan. But what about the men of Okanagan? The Real Househusbands of Wine Country? We meet ‘n greet ‘em all the time at our Rustico winery. Most often they’re the DD’s, dutifully filling the role of Designated Dudes, hosting carloads of out-of-towners through the back roads to dozens of great wineries. Mapless and shortcut savvy they can check off as many tasting rooms as a tour shuttle operator plus they’re on a first-name basis with every winery dog in the valley. The Real Househusbands of Wine Country are a unique breed onto themselves and if their buddies from outside the valley think they’re copping zzzz’s in a shady hammock under a fruit tree, they’d better get a grip. Often super active dads, coaches of every sport, semiretired, sorta-retired, not-quite-retired the househusbands are experts at juggling well-earned pension cheques, combining those now deflated values with minimum wage, for-peanuts, diddly-squat sunshine pay. Some do slice a couple of hours from their week to pursue personal interests like power-golfing their guts out, renovating ruins for resale, puttering along at a few hours of this, a couple of days at that, collecting fourwheeled rust-buckets for back yard rebuilds then slow highway cruisin’ to
show-and-shines. Maybe they finally got their Harley or a reasonable facsimile thereof and join with a few buds to sweep the curvy secondary roads with an equally curvy companion. Thanklessly The Real Househusbands of Wine Country still juggle time volunteering their background career skills to all manner of organizations. You see them at every cookout fundraiser, burger fat flame-ups singeing eyebrows, nose hairs and the peaks of their logoed ball caps. Their time expenditures cover the full gamut of sports, recreation, seniors’ stuff, kids’ things, community-based enterprises of all sorts. They give countless, often thankless snippets of real time to others. They sit on boards, and on the sidelines helping wannabe politicos get their signs on lawns, hand out brochures at corner lot car washes. Not satisfied with just hanging at home, many househusbands get involved in the wine industry. winemakers, rubber-booted “cellars rats”, forklift drivers, warehousemen, bottling line attendants, shippers, vineyard workers, pickers, tractor drivers and tasting room brand promoters and winery reps. And yes, proprietors too. And so the beat goes on in Wine Country… after all, if we’ve got the Real Housewives, it’s only fair we’ve got Real Househusbands too.
Canadian Concert Series
Said the Whale
Saturday Aug 25th at 7pm Gates open at 6:30pm
$40 per ticket
($45 per ticket starting August 18)
Shuttles from Osoyoos for $15 return.
Please call the winery to purchase
Departs: Spirit Ridge at 5:30pm Walnut Beach at 5:50pm Watermark Resort at 6:05pm
SLOAN - GRAND FINALE Presented by the Georgia Straight
Saturday, September 8th $60 per ticket
Thanks to our sponsors! Ann & Erin Hayes - Royal LePage South Country Realty, K&K Construction, Nu Beginnings, Savour Magazine, Sun FM & EZ Rock, Westminster Party Rentals
Concert tickets available from Tinhorn Creek at tinhorn.com, Facebook, or 250.498.3743
Flying high - Dale Hyworon, proprietor of the Ye Olde Welcome Inn took Roy Heuckendorff and
some of his family up for a ride recently to view the countryside and have a thrill. Roy Heuckendorff photo
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Layers - Looking southwest along Highway 3 near Osoyoos, you can see several layers of blue haze in this scenery shot, with a couple of mountains in the background for good measure. Arlene Arlow photo
HOCKEY SEASON IS FAST APPROACHING!
South Okanagan Minor Hockey is heating up for the 2012-2013 Season Please visit the SOMHA website www.somha.com and register on our e-mail sign-up list. You will receive e-mail notiﬁcations of upcoming SOMHA events and news. On Ice Conditioning Schedule for 2012 ALL on ice conditioning sessions are at the Sunbowl Arena in Osoyoos.
Roger that -
Dale Hyworon takes his plane for a spin over the South Okanagan. He is getting ready for our annual airport fly-in breakfast this Saturday which will be a great event. Roy Heuckendorff photo
Conditioning Clinic Monday, August 27, 2012 • Atom/Peewee 4:00 – 6:00 PM • Bantam / Midget 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Conditioning Clinic Wednesday, August 29, 2012 • Atom / Peewee 4:00 – 6:00 PM • Bantam/ Midget 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Conditioning Clinic Tuesday, August 28, 2012 • Atom / Peewee 4:00 – 6:00 PM • Bantam / Midget 7:00 – 9:00 PM
Contact Clinic Thursday, August 30, 2012 • 6:00 – 8:00 PM
South Okanagan Minor Hockey is in need of House (Recreation) Coaches for the 2012-2013 season. Please visit the Coaches Information page on the SOMHA website for more information www.somha.com
GREGORY J. LITWIN
Real Estate & Mobile Home Transactions Contracts of Purchase and Sale - Mortgages “Plain Language Wills” - Enduring Power’s of Attorney “New” Representation Agreements (Health Care) Advance Directives - Notarizations
Gregory J. Litwin Notary Public
email@example.com 9712 – 356th Avenue, Oliver, BC **Right across from the Town Hall in the Re/Max Ofﬁce**
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CLASSIFIED ADS by 9:00 a.m. Tuesdays (Must be prepaid, cash, Visa or Mastercard) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org DISPLAY ADVERTISING (boxed): 12:00 p.m. noon Fridays. NEWS COPY: 10:00 a.m. Mondays CLASSIFIED AD RATES: Up to 20 words - $6.00; 20¢ each additional word. Per column inch $6.00 plus HST NOTICES: Weddings, engagements, birth announcements, cards of thanks, in memoriums, obituaries and other notices (min. charge) $7.50 plus HST for 32 words and under. 20¢ each additional word. Business display advertising rates on application. PHONE 250.498.4416 or 250.498.3711 Fax: 250.498.3966. Email: email@example.com or mail your advertisement to: OLIVER CHRONICLE, P.O. Box 880, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 or drop in to our Main Street office (next door to the Oliver Theatre), or drop in our door letter slot. CHRONICLE OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. Advertising Regulations: The Oliver Chronicle reserves the right to classify ads under appropriate headings and to separate therefore and to determine the page location. The Oliver Chronicle reserves the right to revise, edit, classify or reject any advertisement and to retain any answers directed to the Chronicle Box Reply Service and to repay the customer the sum paid for the advertise ment and box rental. All claims of errors to advertisements must be received by the publishers within seven days after the first publication. It is agreed by the advertiser requesting space that the liability of the Oliver Chronicle in the event of failure to publish an advertisement or in the event of an error appearing in the advertisement as published, shall be limited to the amount paid by the advertiser for only one incorrect insertion for the portion of the advertising space occupied by the incorrect or omitted item only and that there shall be no liability in any event greater than the amount paid Advertisements must comply with the British Columbia Human Rights Act, which prohibits any advertising that discriminates against any person because of his/her race, religion, sex, colour, nationality, ancestry or place of origin.
CHILDCARE AVAILABLE I am looking for a child of any age to look after in my home. I am a stay at home mom of 2 with excellent references. Please call 250689-1134.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: The Estate of MARIE VICTOIRE MONIQUE MCKEAGE, aka MONIQUE VICTOIRE MCKEAGE, aka MONIQUE MCKEAGE, deceased, formerly of c/o McKinney Place, Town of Oliver, in the Province of British Columbia, V0H 1T0, who died on July 20, 2012.
1989 HONDA ACCORD. Clean with all power options. Comes with a full set of winter tires. Colour white with no major rust. Price $1,250. Call 250-498-2745.
CAWSTON COLD STORAGE is taking applications for packers and stackers to start within 1 week. Starting wage for both is $12.75 hr. Packing season will run for approx. seven months. No experience necessary. Training on the job. Applications can be picked up and filled out at 2058 Main Street, Cawston or e-mailed or mailed if requested by calling 250-499-7777.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: The estate of TINCIE LLETA SIMONS, deceased, formerly of 7139 - 362nd Avenue, Oliver, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Tincie Lleta Simons, deceased, are hereby notified under sections 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the executor at #202-8309 Main Street, P. O. Box 800, Osoyoos, B.C. V0H 1V0, on or before September 24, 2012, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has noticed. John Fredrick Frank, Executor By Gordon & Young Barristers an Solicitors. 7c4
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: the Estate of MARIA RINOTICE TO CREDITORS BEIRO LARANJO aka MAAND OTHERS Re: the Estate of ALBERTO RIA LARANJO, deceased, DE BRITO COELHO aka formerly of Osoyoos, BC. ALBERTO BRITO COELHO Creditors and others having aka ALBERTO COELHO, claims against the estate of deceased, formerly of c/o MARIA RIBEIRO LARANJO Sunnybank Centre, R.R. #4, aka MARIA LARANJO are 36657-79th Street, Town of hereby notified under secOliver, in the Province of Brit- tion 38 of the Trustee Act ish Columbia, V0H 1T0, who that particulars of their claims should be sent to: died on July 17, 2012. John R. Cooper Law Cor Creditors and others having poration, Solicitor for the claims against the estate of Executor, Tony Laranjo, P.O. ALBERTO DE BRITO COEL- Box 100 Osoyoos, BC V0H HO aka ALBERTO BRITO 1V0 on or before the 30th COELHO aka ALBERTO of September 2012, after COELHO are hereby noti- which date the executor will fied under section 38 of the distribute the estate among Trustee Act that particulars the parties entitled to it, havof their claims should be ing regard to the claims of sent to the Executor c/o which the executor has noAlan P. Czepil, Barrister and tice. Solicitor, Box 1800, 6313 8c4 Main Street, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 on or before September 13, 2012, after which date the Executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executor then has notice. NOTICES
OLIVER COUNTRY MARKET June 21 to Sept. 27. Thursday mornings 8:30 - 12:30. Applications being accepted now. Call 250-498-3369. 49p18
GOOD SHEPHERD CHRISTIAN SCHOOL Parents interested in enrolling their child for 2012/2013 school year in K-7, and F/T Kindergarten Call 250-495-3549 (school), 250-495-5077 (home), or email: gscsadmin@gmail. com 37ctf
ANNOUNCEMENT After 20 years of teaching “Ms. K” is now opening her own preschool. For enquiries call Serena 250-498-3132. (license in process.)
The deadline for the Oliver Chronicle classified ads is Tuesdays at 9:00 am sharp to make the Wednesday paper. Call 250-498-3711.
Creditors and others having claims against the estate of MARIE VICTOIRE MONIQUE MCKEAGE, aka MONIQUE VICTOIRE MCKEAGE, aka MONIQUE MCKEAGE are hereby notified under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the Executor c/o Alan P. Czepil, Barrister and Solicitor, Box 1800, 6313 Main Street, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 on or before September 13, 2012, after which date the Executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the Executor then has notice.
STONEMASONS needed for Shamrock Roofing and Exteriors. Darren Shane o’Neill. $24.00-$27.50 hourly - 40 hrs per week. Send resumes to RR4 S11 C2, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0 or apply by email to Shamrock.Roofing@canadaemail.net 5p4
KELOWNA BASED company is currently hiring staff for the fruit packing warehouses in Oliver and Osoyoos. We require janitorial/maintance staff, and individuals who have first aide certificates. Wages based on experience. Benefits and paid training provided. Call 250861-4357 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
OLIVER READI MIX LP is looking to hire an experienced ready mix concrete truck driver, dump truck and loader experience would also be an asset. Work is expected to be full time, seasonal. Contact John Gibbs at 250-498-2231. 8p1
FALCON SPANISH FIESTA RESORT in Osoyoos. Part time chambermaids wanted $12 hr. High school students, seniors and retires welcome. Contact in person only.
HOLIDAY INN & SUITES Osoyoos is seeking qualified individuals for full time and part time Front Desk Agents, Houseman, and Housekeeping positions. Please send resume to Jennifer Alexander by email: jen.alexander@pallasgroup. net or by fax: 250-495-6899.
COVERT FARMS in Oliver, BC needs 10 F/T agricultural workers from Aug. to Oct. 2012. $10.25 per hour. Call 250-498-2731.
NOTICE OF WAREHOUSE LIEN Description of Vehicle: 2002 Pace CS824TA2 Vin# 4P2AB24262u035209. Person liable as debtor for charges: Ash D Holdings. Amount of debt owing as of August 2/12; $9206.40. This is to notify anyone of interest that this said vehicle will be seized by Gallagher Lake Auto Body Ltd. of Oliver, BC, under the Warehouse Lien Act. This vehicle will be available for sale at 8366 Hwy. 97, Oliver, BC as of Friday, August 17/12. 8p2
1997 HYUNDAI ELANTRA with 125,000 kms. New battery, starter, two winter tires. $1,200 or best offer. Call 250-498-4014. 7p3
LIVE IN CARE AIDE/home support OR daily care aide 3 pm to 11 pm / 40 hours weekly for elderly couple. Duties: Companionship and activity therapy to mobile early stage Alzheimer’s individual, light housekeeping and meal preparations. Occasional late evening and night support with “sundowning”. Location: Osoyoos. Send resume, references and questions to: email@example.com 4vtf
WANTED PIANO TEACHER. Mid Sept., licensed group adult piano program. Augment daytime income. Call 250-768-5089. E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org www.EzeePpianoSystems. ca
BOUTIQUE HOTEL in rural Oliver requires a fit person for a housekeeping position starting immediately. Please drop resume off at Burrowing Owl Winery or email to email@example.com Phone inquiries to 250-4858242 or 250-498-0662. 8v1
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Wednesday, August 8, 2012 Oliver Chronicle B13
COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE
EMERALD CEDER EDGING Buy direct from grower. 6 ft. tall - 10 for $240 Planting and delivery avail. Call BUDGET NURSERIES 250-498-2189.
WATKINS SINCE 1868 Still available now. Includes home cleaning products. We deliver call Inez & Ken 250-498-4450.
WOODEN CRATES FOR SALE. Storage for your wine bottles. Good for vegetables and fruits storage. See on web page, www.mlp-lumber.ca or call 250-365-2317.
ADMIRAL ALTIMA washer & dryer for sale. Excellent condition, runs great. $295. Call 250-498-3688.
CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS & porcelain houses. 3000 watt generator plant, has 30 hrs. Bar fridge, 1/2” socket set w/deep sockets and ratchet. 2 wall tables. Other misc. items. Call 250498-2148.
NEW & USED clothes for sale by appointment only. Size 16-3X. Upright freezer for sale too at $75 firm. Call 250-498-2774.
MAYTAG washer and dryer set. Both work well. $300. Call 250-498-9362. 7v2
EMERALD CEDER EDGING Buy direct from grower. 6 ft. tall - 10 for $240 Planting and delivery avail. Call BUDGET NURSERIES 250-498-2189.
ALFALFA HAY for sale. $8.00 Bale. Call 250-4983094.
NEED TO ELEVATE the head of your bed? BEDS-UP elevating incline frame insert. (fits queen -size frame) $125. Call 250-485-0991.
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CONCRETE FINISHERS and Form Setters. Edmonton based company seeks experienced concrete finishers and form setters for work in Edmonton and northern Alberta. Subsistence and accommodations provided for out of town work; john@raidersconcrete. com. Cell 780-660-8130. Fax 780-444-7103.
CERTIFIED MILLWRIGHTS NEEDED for growing northern company. Competitive wages and benefits. Safety tickets necessary. Fax resume to 250-775-6227 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Online: www.torqueindustrial. com.
AUTOMATED TANK MANUFACTURING INC. is looking for welders. Due to a huge expansion to our plant located in Kitscoty, Alberta, 20km west of Lloydminster. We have openings for 10-3rd year apprentices or journey person welders. We offer best wage in industry. 3rd yr apprentice $28-$30/hr, journey person $32-$35/hr, higher with tank experience. Profit sharing bonus plus manufacturing bonus incentive. Full insurance package 100% paid by company. Good working environment. Join a winning team. Call Basil or Blaine at; (office)780-846-2231; (fax)780-846-2241 or send resume to blaine@autotanks. ca; production@autotanks. ca. Keep your feet on the ground in a safe welding environment through inhole manufacturing process. No scaffolding or elevated work platform.
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COMMUNITY CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE
SOLID OAK media centre - $100. Coffee table - $30. Drop-leaf round table - $40. Frame, headboard & box spring for single bed - $30. Nearly new massage chair $500. Call 250-498-8811.
2 BDRM, 3.5 BATH. 3 level end unit townhouse with possible 3rd bdrm downstairs, AC, 4 appl, 1 single garage & 1 additional parking slot, low strata fees, close to schools - golf courses - downtown, pet on approval. $252,000. Leave message @ 250-498-7845.
MAC HELP Over 30 years Apple experience, training, repairs, sales, Mac, iPad, iPhone, AppleTV, House calls. 7 days/wk. Call 250-498-6515 or email email@example.com
ROYAL LEPAGE PROPERTY MANAGEMENT 1) Nice two bedroom condo in great location. Small courtyard. Available immediately for $800 plus utilities. N/S. Small pet negotiable. 2) 1/2 of a duplex, close to Oliver elementary. Two bedrooms , one bath. $850 plus utilities. 3) Large 3 bedroom family home near shopping. Private yard, fully fenced. $1,100 mth plus utilities.
MOBILE HOME 2 bdrm, south of Oliver. 3 kms at Road #6. Cat ok. $600 month plus utilities. Call 250764-4860.
ATTENTION SOCKEYE anglers. Get your Hoochies (great selection) and Flashers locally. Call Ellery 250498-9453 for details.
GENEROUS SRI INCENTIVES & now government grants for first time buyers! SRI Homes and Lake Country are offering unbelievable discounts. Lake Country Modular Homes, located next to SRI’s Winfield factory, offers custom designs, factory tours, expert advice & service and the best price! Call Don Purdie toll free at 1-866-766-2214 www.LCMhomes.com
FREE - Black currants. Call 250-498-0787. 8f2
If you are listing an item in the Oliver Chronicle classifieds that is free or a found item, there is no charge for the ad. Please call the Chronicle at 250-498-3711 or come into the office 6379 Main Street. The deadline for the classifieds is Tuesdays at 9:00 am.
PANORAMA ORCHARD Fruit Stand. Now open! Cherries, pickling cukes, apricots and peaches are available. Call 250-4986103. 3v15
RIPE JUICY UNSPRAYED Blackberries for sale. Fresh or flash frozen. You pick or we pick. Taking orders now! Call 250-498-0350.
RESIDENTIAL EVICTION SERVICESTerminal Bailiffs, Call 250-493-2618. vtf
2 BDRM BASEMENT suite. Close to school avail. immediately. $750 month includes utilities. Call 250-498-0115. 7p2
LARGE 3 BDRM home with garage at Gallagher Lake. W/D, F/S, 2 baths. No smoking. $1200 per month plus damage deposit. References req. Call 250-462-1017 after 6 pm. Avail now. 8p1
For more information please call Nita Neufield at Royal LePage South Country Property Management. 250-498-6222. 51ctf
2 BDRM HOUSE - $850 mth plus utilities. Avail. Sept 1. In town, close to school. N/P, N/S. Call 250-498-3446. 8p2
2 BDRM SUITE. $625 mth. plus utilities. Avail. immed. Call 250-498-4041.
2 BDRM HOUSE - $850 mth plus utilities. Avail. Sept 1. In town, close to school. N/P, N/S. Call 250-498-3446. 6p2
1 BDRM APT - 5962 Kootenay St. Fairview Manor. N/P, N/S. $600 mth includes heat. ALSO - 2 BDRM APT. $700 mth. Both avail. immediately. 40 + Call 250-498-2243. 8p2
2 BDRM BASEMENT SUITE. Close to Road #2. $650 mth. N/P, N/S. Call 250689-0558. 8p1
CAM’S PAINTING & DECORATING 30 years experience. Call 250-498-4020.
OBITUARY In loving memory
Peter William Janzen
SANDALWOOD COURT in Oliver. Avail. Sept. 1. Small 1 bdrm unit. S/F and utilities included. 2 blocks to both malls. Non smoking only. References required. $420 mth. Call 250-485-2389.
2500 SQ. FT. COMMERCIAL SPACE. 2nd floor, above the public library. Bright and open. Good for offices/dance studio etc. Call 250-485-7880.
May 16, 1943 – Aug 1, 2012
Peter William “Pete” Janzen peacefully went to be with the Lord surrounded by his family on August 1, 2012 at the age of 69 years. He was predeceased by his parents, Jacob and Elizabeth; his sisters, Anne, Mary, Betty, Margaret and his brother, John. He will be lovingly remembered by his devoted wife, Marlene; son, Gordon (Rhonda); daughters, Luwanda (Mark) Davies and Denise (Jeff) Crowley; grandsons, Taylor, Halen, Rory and Seth; granddaughters, Zoe and Mya as well as his sisters, Cae, Gertie and Agnes; brother, Frank and brother-in-law, Bill Sprong. Over the years Pete worked for Trump Industries (accountant), Oliver Credit Union (assistant manager), Rapid Transfer (truck driver and equipment operator), as an orchardist, PJM Enterprises (construction), Miller Trucking, Weyerhaeuser (equipment operator), Gerard’s Equipment (parts and sales), Reliable Trucking, Peters Bros. (machine operator) as well as school bus driver and maintenance man for School District # 53. Pete enjoyed trips to Saskatchewan and Manitoba to visit family and friends. He ﬁnally had the trip of a lifetime and realized his dream of ﬂying over the Grand Canyon by helicopter in 2006. He spent years as an Oliver volunteer ﬁre ﬁghter and was active in the Oliver Curling Club, Kinsmen Club and was a dedicated member of the Oliver Alliance Church. Pete always loved life and all it had to offer! He loved the outdoors and spent countless hours just enjoying what he called ‘Heaven on Earth’. He had such a passion for helping others and could always be found lending a hand where needed, whether it be to a long time friend or someone he had just met. A man of many talents, his true passion was for his familyespecially his grandchildren! He was always excited to play and chase them around the yard, spray them with the hose, go to watch their football games and dance recitals or to just spend precious time with them ~ enjoying their company, all the while watching them with a huge smile on his face. His entire life was devoted to his family. Nothing made him happier than when they were laughing and spending time together. Pete was an exceptional husband, father and papa who could always be counted on and who took great pride in watching his family grow and ﬂourish. His legacy will live on in the hearts of his family and all who loved and knew him. A memorial celebration will be held on Saturday, August 18th at 11:00 a.m. from the Oliver Alliance Church. Donations gratefully accepted to the charity entitled “For The Least Of These” (preferably Jeff’s window project) c/o R.R. # 3, S-1, C-41, Oliver, BC V0H 1T0. Condolences may be directed to the family by visiting www. nunes-pottinger.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Arrangements entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium, Oliver & Osoyoos, BC. www.nunes-pottinger.com
ARGON ELECTRICAL SERVICES Residential - Commercial Electric Heating
250-498-4506 Contractor # 43474 9336 348 Ave. Unit A www.argonelectrical.ca ctf
In loving memory
David Gordon Lindsay
HUTTON’S Interior Decorating & Painting Services. Painting interior & exterior & colour consultations. Phone 250-498-6428 Cell 250-498-7430. 46v17
RAY’S PAINTING 3 ROOM SPECIAL Any 3 room, $275.00 2 coat, interior-exterior. Some conditions may apply. Satisfaction guaranteed. 27 years experience. Call Ray at 250-487-0840. 5p16
MARY KAY - SKIN CARE Finally, skin care that’s made for you. Call Margaret Ogilvie 250-498-4020.
GREEN AS GRASS LAWN MAINTENANCE Lawn maintenance Fertilizing Small pruning jobs Hedge trimming. Phone 250-498-6741. 40p20
HANDYMAN 4 HIRE 5 years plumbing experience, many other jobs considered. Great Rates Honest and reliable Call Bogdan anytime 250-485-8675.
Nov. 7, 1934 – Aug. 3, 2012 In loving memory
David Gordon Lindsay - born in Vernon, BC, Nov. 7, 1934. Died in Oliver, BC on Aug. 3, 2012 at age 77. He passed away peacefully at home, after a cruel battle with lung cancer, bravely borne. Predeceased by his parents, Judge Gordon and Mrs. Estelle Lindsay (Ellis) of Vernon; Survived by his wife of ﬁfty-three years, Diane; son, Craig Lindsay of Castlegar; daughter Maggie Lindsay-Tadey (Brad) and grandchildren, Caitlin and Megan Tadey of Cranbrook; brother, Ellis (Marilyn) Lindsay of Sidney; sister, Doreen (John) Ritchie of Kelowna; brother-in-law, Roy (Inez) Jardine of Calgary; nieces and nephews; and his faithful furry friend, Summer. Dave joined the Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) in Vernon after graduating from Vernon High School in 1952, and went on to serve in Princeton, Dawson City, Yukon, Mission, Penticton (where he met Diane), Abbotsford, Cranbrook, Kelowna, Chilliwack, Vanderhoof, Prince Rupert, Cranbrook (again), Vernon and Vancouver - gathering many faithful friends along the way. After working for 38½ years, he retired to Oliver in 1989 and built a retirement home on Tuc-el-nuit Lake where he and Diane have resided most happily. Dave belonged to the Kinsmen Club for many years followed by years with Rotary where he received the Paul Harris Fellowship Award. He also chaired the Sunnybank Retirement Centre board for ﬁve years. Dave joined Fairview Mountain Golf Club in 1990 and it became his second home. He was senior captain for 10 years and he made many, many good friends. He will be sorely missed. Family and friends will gather for a tree planting and memorial service at Fairview Mountain Golf Club at 3 pm on Wednesday, August 15th. Reception to follow at the clubhouse. Donations to the Palliative Home Care Program would be appreciated.
Condolences and tributes may be directed to the family by visiting www.nunes-pottinger.com You’ll be in our hearts and thoughts as we’ll love you forever.
Arrangements entrusted to Nunes-Pottinger Funeral Service & Crematorium, Oliver & Osoyoos, BC. www.nunes-pottinger.com
Harold Joseph Piche 1946 - 2012 Harold Joseph Piche suddenly passed away at his home in Penticton, BC, on Thursday, August 2, 2012 at the age of 66. He is survived by his wife, Jerry; sons, Aaron (Karen) and Derek (Robin) and three grandchildren, Nolan, ShyAnne and Cali. Harold was born in Meadow Lake, SK on January 13, 1946 and was the youngest child of six, born to Melvina and Arsen Piche. He moved to Oliver, BC in 1966 and started a lineman apprenticeship at West Kootenay Power in 1974. He retired from the company after 36 years in various roles. He enjoyed hunting, golf, fastball and hitting home-runs in slo-pitch. He loved spending time with his family and chasing the grandkids around. He will be remembered as a big man with an even bigger heart, always full of laughs and ready to crack a joke. He will be sadly missed by all of his family and friends. A “Celebration of Life“ will be held on Saturday, August 11, 2012 from 1 to 4 pm at the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 97, 36217-97th Street, Oliver. Everyone is welcome.
Arrangements entrusted to Graham Funeral Home 5920 Kootenay Street (99th St.), Oliver (250) 498-3833 Your messages of condolence, sharing your fond memories of Harold may be sent to: www.grahamfh.com
Wednesday, August 8, 2012 Oliver Chronicle B15
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A1 LAWN CARE -lawns - gardens - chimneys - power washing - irrigation - firewood CALL 250-485-7916.
Also wanted long term leases to replant vineyards or cherry. Exp. growers, competitive rates. Please call 1-250-470-2556.
MOVING SALE: Sat. Aug. 18. 9:00 am - noon. Furniture, tools, household items. 901 Teal Court. (old 37028 73 St.)
DOG BOARDING AND DAYCARE. “Pet Cottage” Call 250-485-8862.
ELECTROLYSIS BY MARG Get rid of unwanted hair permanently and safely with just a few treatments. Call 250495-2782. 34mctf
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WANTED TO LEASE: Vineyards or soft fruit orchards.
WANTED TO RENT/LEASE storage space/hobby space. Reasonable. Must have power & washroom available. Call & leave message at 778-437-2089. 8p1
Wanted - Firewood, one cord of dry fir or larch. Call 250-498-2661 after 6 pm. 8p2
KIWANIS MARKET 5992 Sawmill Road. We accept clean, serviceable items. Drop-off times: 9 am to noon on Wednesdays and Fridays. Open for sales: 8:30 am to 12:30 pm Saturdays. We pick-up and deliver on request. Call 250-485-0242 or 250-498-0176.Please leave a message.
Facts for garage sale vendors Everyone holding a garage sale is legally responsible for ensuring that products sold, whether new or used, are safe and meet current safety standards. It is important to only sell items that are in good condition. Damaged articles should be discarded. Before selling a product at a garage sale, check with the manufacturer or Health Canada to see if it has been recalled and if the problem has been corrected. If it has been recalled and the problem has not been or cannot be corrected do not sell the product. Destroy it so it cannot be used by anyone else and throw it away. To check for consumer product recalls posted by Health Canada: www.healthcanada.gc.ca/cps-recalls The Hazardous Products Act is administered by Health Canada. It has safety requirements for certain consumer products, many of which are intended for use by children. Under the law, you cannot import, sell, give away (including lending), or distribute products that do not meet the requirements of the Hazardous Products Act. All cosmetics sold in Canada must meet the requirements of the Food and Drugs Act, the current Cosmetic Regulations, and all other applicable legislation to ensure that they are safe to use and do not pose any health risk. The following is a partial list of products that must meet safety requirements under the Hazardous Products Act and the Cosmetic Regulations: BABY GATES – Baby gates that have large diamond shaped openings or large “V” openings at the top are illegal to sell in Canada. A child’s head can get caught in these openings and the child could strangle. Baby gates must come with information that identifies the manufacturer, model number, and the date of manufacture and information regarding instructions for use and installation. BABY WALKERS (BANNED) – Baby walkers have been illegal to sell in Canada since April 2004. Anyone with a baby walk-
er is advised to destroy and discard it so that it cannot be used. CAR SEATS – Car seats must meet the Canadian Motor Vehicle Safety Standard. Before selling a used car seat, check with Transport Canada (1-800-333-0371 or www. tc.gc.ca/roadsafety) for more information and to find out if the car seat has been recalled. CHILDREN’S JEWELERY – Lead is very toxic. Lead is a soft, heavy, bluish-grey metal that is often used to make inexpensive Jewellery. A child can suffer from lead poisoning if they suck, chew, or swallow jewellery containing lead. Jewellery containing lead, which has a protective or decorative coating, is not safe since children can easily chew off the coating. If you are not sure whether a children’s jewellery item contains lead, do not offer it for sale. CHILDRENS SLEEPWEAR – Loose-fitting sleepwear (including nightgowns, bathrobes, and loose pyjamas) burns more easily if made of cotton or cotton blends. To meet the flammability requirements, loose-fitting children’s sleepwear should be made of polyester, nylon or polyester/ nylon blends. Cotton or cotton-blends may only be used for tight-fitting styles, such as sleepers or polo pyjamas. COSMETICS – Used, old, or damaged cosmetics should never be sold. These products may contain harmful bacteria that could cause skin rashes or lead to infections. Additionally, second-hand cosmetics may be missing required labelling information, such as ingredients, warnings, and directions for safe use. A cosmetic is defined as a beauty preparation (makeup, perfume, skin cream, nail polish) or grooming aid (toothpaste, soap, shampoo, shaving cream, deodorant) used for cleansing, improving or altering the complexion, skin, hair or teeth.
This is part one of a two-part series on how to hold a safe garage sale.
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Coaches stand on a mound while teaching young, aspiring baseball players the finer points of pitching during the Junior Young Guns (age 10-12) baseball camp in Oliver Community Park. Some high profile coaches are coming to Oliver August 20-26 for the Mizuno showcase and invitational camps.
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Big name baseball coaches coming to Oliver The Big League Experience, in partnership with Mizuno Canada announces guest coaches for the 2012 Mizuno Showcase Camp and the Mizuno Prospect’s Invitational Camp to be held August 20 to 26 in Oliver. Five World Series ring holder Bob Didier (former catching coordinator for the Arizona Diamondbacks) will work with catchers and hitters through the week. Also watch out for Boston Red Sox scout and former MLB Infielder with the Ana-
heim Angels, Chris Pritchett. He is also a former player with the Philadelphia Phillies organization. Orv Franchuk has two World Series rings with the Boston Red Sox organization in 2004 and 2007 in which he was a hitting coach with that organization. Franchuk has scouted with a number of Major League organizations as well as managed with a number of MLB clubs. Marty Lehn is the Western Canadian scout for the Milwaukee Brewers and has
Our subscribers rely on the newspaper as their primary source of information... This program is created as a fun alternative to the traditional 11 aside game. It will combine two age groups (i.e. U9/U10).
The league will begin on Sept. 15th and will have once a week games on Saturdays played throughout the region, with a practice during the week. There will be an end of the year tournament help at Kings Park on the weekend of
Oct. 27th and 28th.
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There will be NO soccer on Thanksgiving long weekend. This leave will cost $75 and this will include a team t-shirt. They will have more touches on the ball, more opportunities to score and develop individual and team skills.
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been one of the most active scouts in signing Canadian talent over the past eight years. A former manager of Team BC and Team Canada as well as coach with the 2004 Canadian Olympic team. Lehn will aid in hitting and positional play. Jim Lawson is the owner of Pro Baseball Force in Calgary. He was drafted as a pitcher by the Oakland A’s organization. Lawson will be working with the pitchers along with coach Joe Sergent. Joe Sergent was drafted as a LHP in 1999
by the Florida Marlins and played 11 years of professional baseball. He is presently the pitching coach at the Pro Baseball Force Academy in Calgary and will work with Lawson and the pitchers that week. Gord Gerlach is a former Canadian National team player and coach and has also been a manager of the Australian professional league with the Perth Heat. He was a hitting coach with the Oakland A’s organization and presently coaching with the Edmonton Capitals.
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