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JUNE 22, 2012 Peachland, BC Volume 08 | Number 25

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Best in Show International rose show judges Malcolm (centre) and Danielle Scott (right) present Judy Runzer with the trophy for the Overall Best in Show award at last weekend’s Peachland Rose Show. Despite a cool spring, the show received 200 entries. Joanne Layh photo

Hundreds attend the Peachland Rose Show Joanne Layh Editor, Peachland View Over 300 people attended last weekend’s Peachland Rose Show, but only one person went home with the Overall Best in Show trophy and that was Judy Runzer, who won for her bouquet of roses. Runzer’s winning bouquet contained numerous rose varieties including Gold Medal, Peace, Mardi Gras, Double Delight, Fame, Olympiad, Pope Jean Paul, Spellbound, April in Paris, and Gemini. “This has been the best year since we’ve lived in Kelowna for growing roses. It’s been absolutely fantastic,” Runzer, a past-president of the Kelowna Garden Club told The View.

The winners of the remaining best in show awards were: • People’s Choice – Best Fragrance: Noel Eckrol; • Miniature Rose Best in Show: Phyllis Papineau (1st and 2nd) Irene Oishi (3rd); and • Large Roses Best in Show: Carol Cain (1st), Barbara Clark (2nd), Irene Oishi (3rd). “We had 200 entries, which is up 60 from the previous year,” Sowers and Growers Garden Club member Phyllis Papineau said. “The judges were very impressed with the quality of the roses and some people spent hours here, which is really lovely.” In addition to the rose displays, the event also included an auction, about 20 floral themed works of art on display by local painters, as well

as a tea and luncheon. “The Rainbow Auction for gardening items has been very popular. That’s an addition we couldn’t do in the little schoolhouse because we didn’t have any room,” Papineau said. “We’re thrilled to bits with the turnout and response.” International rose show judge Malcolm Scott said the show was exceptional considering the weather this spring. “I was a bit worried but they’ve come through with some great entries... all different types of roses are represented from hybrid teas to miniature roses and floribundas. It’s been a pretty good representation,” Scott said. “Everybody always wants to enter the perfect one, but every rose is nice. From the weakest entry to the best, it’s nice. It’s the volume that makes the show.”


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Peachland celebrates

canada day 2012 EVENT/ACTIVITY




Heritage Park

Check In 6:30-7:45am Race Start 8:30am

Scenic race along Beach Ave. Pre-registration recommended.

50+ Centre


Traditional Pancake Breakfast

Brought to you by Emmanual & Peachland Baptist Churches

Peachland Comm. Ctr., Banquet 8-11am Room

Traditional Pancake Breakfast.

Senior Slo-pitch Tournament

Cousins Park


Slo-pitch tournament.

Canada Day Farmers Market

Heritage Park


Lots of variety. Vendors welcome, book your space 250-767-2133

Dance City Academy

Heritage Park Spirit Square


Youth Dance troupe from West Kelowna

Lions & Rotary Concessions

Heritage Park


Hamburgers, Hot dogs, and so much more!

Variety Singers in Concert

Heritage Park Spirit Square


Enjoy the Variety Singers in Concert @ Heritage Park

Face Painting

Heritage Park


Free face painting and Maple Leaf temporary tattoos

Canada Day Ceremony & Cake Cutting

Heritage Park


Variety Singers lead ‘O’ Canada. Canada Day Birthday cake cutting – decorated by the Peachland Arts Council, served by the Peachland Ambassadors.

Par T Perfect

Heritage Park


Bouncy inflatable’s and fun

Get Wet Events

Swim Bay w. Lifeguards


Belly Flop Contest, Swim events and lots more fun, Swim For Survival, Water Safety Tips

Grant Eisworth

Heritage Park Spirit Square


Grant Eisworth performs at Heritage Park

Magic with Leif David

Heritage Park Spirit Square


Children’s magic show

Swim Bay Challenge

Swim Bay w. Lifeguards


Come to Swim Bay for active fun challenging you to be the best you can be at beachfront fun. Be prepared to get wet.

Children & Family Races

Heritage Park


Should read: Sack Race, three legged Race, Park Dash and more. Children 3 to adult.

Shakewood Annie

Heritage Park


Family dance party with never ending contests and prizes Multi-costumed performers lead zumba-style easy fun dance for all ages.

Children’s Draw Prizes

Heritage Park


You have been playing and participating all day! Bring your tickets to Heritage Park for the draw prizes. Don’t miss it. Great prizes to be won! Then ...line up for the parade!

Canada Day Parade

13th & Lake

Parade Line Up at 4:30pm 5pm Start

Starts at 13th and Lake, turning right and heads down Beach Avenue. To participate in the parade call Lynn at 250-767-6225. Please do not throw candy, water balloons, etc.

A Canada Day Evening in Peachland

Various Business


Enjoy your Canada Day evening in Peachland. Many of our restaurants are celebrating Canada Day too, such as Rocky J’s featuring live entertainment (Karaoke) and great specials. The Waterfront Grill will feature live entertainment with post parade specials. Check them out along with our other fine restaurants, establishments and boutiques. Enjoy a walk on Centennial Way while waiting for the Fireworks. See you in Peachland!

Go Batty on Canada Day

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Meet at primary school to view the bats leaving on their nightly forage


Heritage Park/ Centennial Park


Beautiful display coordinated by the Peachland Fire Brigade.

Peachland Beach Run 5 K / 10 K Run or 5 K Walk

Pancake Breakfast Brought to you by the 50+ Centre

Canada Day Pancake Breakfast

JUNE 22, 2012

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Tough choices for legion

13th Street.



Area: 9,577 SF [ 889.7 Sq.M]

23.72M ARC. 53.68M

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(490 SF)

Hair Salon (270 SF)

Staff (170 SF)

Admin Offices (360 SF)


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Supportive Ammenities: 5,675 SF [ 527.2 Sq.M]

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Peachland legion hopes refinancing assets and a successful membership drive can help keep their doors open

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Oasis - Concept Plans


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Proposed Oasis building Jim Land, Leslie Ninniess, and Bob Evernden (shown from left to right) enjoy the legion’s lounge area. Staff photo

Joanne Layh Editor, Peachland View The Peachland legion is facing difficult financial times and if nothing is done to reverse current conditions, they could close their doors before the end of the year, local legion finance chair Barrie Hewer says. Hewer says the legion has been operating with a deficit budget for the last 18 months and has been dipping deep into reserve funds to pay for operational expenses. “Over the last eight months it’s gotten worse and worse on an expediential basis,” Hewer told The View. “At the current rate of burn, it [the reserve fund] will be gone by November.” The legion is now facing some tough choices about what they need to do to become sustainable going forward. At their June 25 general meeting, the membership will be asked to vote on whether or not to refinance the assets of the legion, which includes the property next to the legion. Refinancing is a short-term solution that will help the legion for a period of time, but Hewer says they are also working closely with the B.C./Yukon Command on long-term strategies, with the main focus being on increasing their membership. The Peachland branch is not alone in their challenge. Legions across Canada are losing memberships and facing similar, if not worse, financial hardships. Hewer says that in addition to refinancing and their strategies for improving revenues, they also intend to apply to the district for relief on their property taxes. In addition, staff at the legion have taken pay cuts to help the branch stay out of the red. In an effort to turn things around, the branch has also just begun a membership drive that they hope will help attract new people to the legion. Hewer says one of the biggest obstacles in attracting new members is changing old perceptions about what the legion is and who can join. “You can join if you are a Canadian citizen and over 19 years old. You can join and have fun,” Hewer says. “We renovated the front third of the legion. It has chesterfields, chairs, a fireplace, specialty coffees…we’re trying to change the Peachland legion to be a place where people can go and relax. We’ve got free

email, free Wi-Fi. We need to attract new members. It is the only thing that can save us.” Hewer says the legion also offers members a chance to play snooker, volleyball, pickleball, and do other activities, but changing public perception about what the legion offers has been a challenge. “People don’t think of it that way. They think of it just as a dark old place for veterans to talk about stories of the past and current army personnel to come in and tell stories about the present and that’s wrong,” Hewer said. Despite these challenges, the Peachland legion continues to give back to the community by fundraising at least three days a week, primarily through their meat draw events. As a charitable organization, the legion must give away any charitable funds they raise, which means that even though they may be losing money each month, they continue to fundraise for charities and pass those funds on. Hewer says it would be a huge loss to the community if the legion were to close its doors, since many organizations benefit from donations from the legion. Legion donations go to many different organizations, both national and local, including the Peachland Food Bank, Wellness Centre, and the Boys and Girls Club. “If you lose legions, you lose a lot of services for veterans and armed forces people and seniors housing and youth groups and all kinds of stuff,” Hewer says. “To be perfectly frank, roughly 78 per cent of our income comes from the bar and that’s what keeps our doors open. Charitable work doesn’t keep the doors open because we can’t use any charitable proceeds for operational expenses.” Hewer says if the membership votes not to refinance, the doors likely will be closed at the end of November. “We’ve got strategies we’re trying to implement. That’s why we’re trying to get this line of credit so we can put these strategies in place. We have an active working executive that’s worked really hard over the last nine months to increase revenues and we’ve had some really good successes and some difficulties on other ideas,” Hewer said. June 25 to June 30 is Legion Week in B.C. As part of their Legion Week membership drive, the local branch will host a public open house on Saturday, June 30 from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

A preliminary concept plan for the proposed Oasis building shows a main floor with parking spaces, common areas, and some commercial retail space. Conceptual plan Kasper Development Corporation

Positive reception for proposed Oasis building Joanne Layh Editor, Peachland View Peachland could have a four-storey retirement living building downtown by the end of next year if the proposed Oasis project proceeds as planned. The builder and developers hosted their first public open house last week where they presented concept plans that reveal a four-storey retirement living complex that includes three floors of residential units above a main floor of common areas, parking, and some commercial retail space. A spokesperson for the project, builder Doug Kasper, says the project will have somewhere between 51 and 63 residential units in the final design plan and the project could be finished in the next 18 months if all goes well. Over 50 people, most of them seniors, attended the public meeting last week to learn more about the supportive housing project and the type of hospitality services that might be offered to residents.

In the concept plans presented last week, about one-third of the main floor is designated commercial retail space and two-thirds would be a common area for the residents, containing a kitchen and dining area, as well as space for another amenity. “We’re listening to the comments of the seniors today. If there is a growing demand or a special need for common area or space it will be brought in to assist the building at having success for the community. It’s an open palette right now. Those are some ideas that we put on the renderings. It’s not concrete. It’s still shifting depending upon people’s comments,” Kasper told The View. No exterior plans were presented but Kasper says it will be fitting to the area. “The owners of this property had developed the Gateway…I think it would be complementary to that so that it doesn’t detract. I think it would be of the same style,” Kasper said. If built, the Oasis building would be located on the property at 13th Street and Lake Avenue.

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ANNUAL MUNICIPAL REPORT 2012 Pursuant to Sections 98 & 99 of the Community Charter, the District of Peachland 2012 Annual Report will be presented to Council for consideration at the June 26, 2012 Regular Council Meeting. The meeting will be held at the Community Centre, 4450 – 6th Street, Peachland, B.C., at 7:00 p.m. The Annual Report is available at the District of Peachland Municipal Office, 5806 Beach Avenue, Peachland, B.C. for public inspection starting on June 12, 2012. The District Office is open from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. daily, excluding weekends and Statutory Holidays. Copies of the Report will also be available at the June 26, 2012 Regular Council Meeting. Pursuant to Section 94 of the Community Charter, this Notice will be published in the Peachland View June 15th & 22nd, 2012. Dated at Peachland, B.C., This 15th day of June, 2012.

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JUNE 22, 2012


Peek into the Past

Seniors need to just say ‘no’

Packing House This 1910 building was one of Peachland’s earliest fruit packing houses and it was located on the area now designated Heritage Park. The back was a loading dock for the sternwheelers. Beside this to the left was a cannery and prior to that one of the first jam factories. The Ford Model T truck delivering fruit would indicate that this was taken in about 1924 and the business seems to also be an agency for Studebaker horse drawn wagons and buggies. Much of the fruit was still delivered by horse drawn wagon.

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e hate to see seniors taken advantage of by people who prey on their vulnerabilities. A knock on the door by a smooth-talking salesman may be the devil in disguise, and seniors need to be wary about opening their wallets unnecessarily. There are too many horror stories about seniors being scammed out of thousands of dollars. And regardless of how often these stories are published, people are still giving their hard earned money to fly-by-night operators. You know what they say. . . there’s a sucker born every minute, and fools and their money are soon parted. But even suckers can learn to be leery, and the Better Business Bureau has countless tips to help prevent you from getting burned by bad deals. Contractors Solicit at least three bids for the remodelling work you are planning, but do not automatically accept the lowest offer. Ask for local references and inspect the finished project. Ensure that the contractor is properly licensed and bonded. Do not sign a contract with sections left blank, and don’t make final payment until the work is completed. Bank inspector schemes No bank employee or police officer will ever ask you to withdraw your money for any reason. If anyone asks you to do so, call the police or your bank manager right away. People should never discuss personal banking details with someone whose identity they do not know. Lotteries If you’re thinking about responding to a foreign lottery, don’t do it. Ignore all mail and phone solicitations for foreign lottery promotions. If you get what looks like lottery material from a foreign country, turn it over to the Competition Bureau in Canada. By responding to just one foreign lottery offer, you’ve opened the door to many more bogus offers for lottery or investment “opportunities.” Your name will be added to the “sucker list” that fraudulent telemarketers buy and sell. Relative in need scam The bureau warns senior citizens to be aware of an emerging telephone scam that is preying on seniors across North America. For example, a senior citizen receives a distressed phone call from someone who they believe is their grandchild, who says he has been arrested or involved in an auto accident and needs money to post bail or pay for damages. Seniors are asked to confirm the identity of the caller by calling him or her directly or verifying the story with other family members before taking any further action.

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Volunteers make this community The Rose Show that was held on Saturday, June 16 again showcased the spirit of volunteering so prevalent in Peachland. The past president of the Kelowna Garden Club commented on how hard the Sowers and Growers had worked to make it a success. One of the rose judges, Malcolm Scott, also from Kelowna, echoed these sentiments when he said his former club in the Lower Mainland was huge but was lucky to get 10 members to organize a show. The Sowers and Growers, along with family and

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friends, had 30 workers who not only set up, but also baked for the tea, exhibited roses, provided auction items, and cleaned up in record time. Visitors enjoyed the floral paintings and photographs that provided even more colour to the event. The Peachland Little Schoolhouse terrace tables added a certain charm to the tea setting. Peachland continues to be a great place in which to live due in part to its volunteers. Phyllis Papineau, Sowers and Growers, Peachland

Character and form not historic Like it or lump it! This is the message I got loud and clear from the public hearing on the rezoning of TNI’s Edgewater Inn property. Most people at the meeting were pleased with the overall development plans, but I (and several others) wanted to express our concerns that this building, although a nice enough building, did not follow the guidelines and intention of the downtown charrette report. The building, which will be the centerpiece of downtown Peachland, is situated on one of the first developed sites in the village but does little to reflect the historic nature and village atmosphere of the community. At the beginning of the meeting we were told by both Mayor Fielding and Dave Smith, our planner, that character and form would be discussed later at the building stage. Unfortunately the architect, Shane Worman, stated that he had no intention of changing anything about the building, including character and form. He flippantly said that he did not like the

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Mona Lisa, so it was okay if some people did not like his design! This position was further endorsed by Mr. Steve Allison of TNI, who was quoted in the June 15 issue of The View saying, “For the whole town of Peachland, there were three negative comments. I can live with that. You can’t please all of the people all of the time…!” I feel that we who are willing to voice our concerns are being bullied and intimidated. I, like Mr. Allison, have also invested in Peachland. I bought a house here and have chosen to live in the community. I pay my taxes to the municipality and spend money here. How hard would it have been for Mr. Allison and his architect to welcome the input and offer to reconsider character and form at the later stage? TNI’s business goals should not be allowed to ride roughshod over Peachland’s downtown development goals. Carol Smithson, Peachland

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JUNE 22, 2012

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Ordinary versus extra-ordinary The building proposed by TNI for the old hotel site on Beach Avenue is very ordinary; the site is extraordinary. This does not make sense. If the building goes ahead as now proposed, we are all to blame for

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allowing it to happen. Once built, it won’t fade away like yesterday’s logo. Patricia Ryder, Peachland

MP will give full support to Bill C-38

MP Dan Albas Commentary

This week I will be voting in full support of Bill C-38, the Jobs, Growth and Long-Term Prosperity Act. My support for this bill will be a disappointment for some citizens who for a variety of different reasons oppose the second phase of our government’s Economic Action Plan that is carried out in Budget 2012. When I ran to become a member of parliament I did so with the intent to support a platform that recognizes the importance of jobs and supporting our regional economies. In our region some of the largest employers in communities like Okanagan Falls, Princeton, Merritt and Logan Lake are supported through mining activities and responsible resource development. Many of the spin off industries that also benefit from this industry are located in communities like West Kelowna, Penticton and Summerland. It is also the revenue from resource royalties that help fund the very services that we as Canadians depend upon. When the U.S. housing market collapsed we all watched the resultant decline in our local forestry dependent communities. Mill closures and resulting unemployment in communities where well-paying jobs are in short supply are very serious concerns. While we are fortunate to see our resource sector being revitalized, we must also recognize that it is important to diversify and expand our markets so that our Canadian economy can enjoy more stability. Likewise we must also recognize that in order to diversify to other trading partners we require efficient access not just to the markets themselves but also to our resources. We also cannot ignore that today Canada is facing one of the greatest and most challenging global economic environments in modern day history. While our government is criticized for attempting to do “too much” with Bill C-38, the opposition and supporters are suggesting that Canada should instead do nothing. Obviously this is a point of disagreement and one we have debated about at length. In fact, there has not been a budget bill for the past 20 years to receive as much study as Bill C-38 has. It should also be noted that in spite of opposition claims to the contrary, Budget 2012 is actually a smaller budget document then the bills were for budgets in 2009, 2010, and 2011. Recently our government actually voted to extend the house hours until midnight so that even more debate

could occur. Although not widely reported in the media, it was the NDP who voted against increasing the debate time on Bill C-38. I am reasonably confident that regardless of the amount of bills or debate time allocated, the opposition and supporters would con- These pretty California poppies planted along the Beach Avenue tinue to remain opposed to Budget 2012. walkway are drought-tolerant, self-seeding, and easy to grow in Fortunately, there are some facts that can be agreed gardens. Photo Trudy Williams-Boos upon. During our government’s Economic Action Plan, Canada’s job creation record has been the best in the entire G7. Further, our consecutive budgets have also ensured that Canada’s net debt to GDP ratio is by far the lowest in the G7. More importantly, both the International Monetary Fund and the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development have predicted that the Canadian economy will be amongst the very best performing in the industrialized world over the next 24 months. In summary, Budget 2012 continues to build upon the success of Budget 2011 in ensuring that Canada is a leading country in a challenging and fragile international economic environment. I do appreciate that there are those who oppose Bill C-38 and my support for this bill will not be welcomed by them. I have at the Peachland Branch for readers aged 5-12 years heard from and met with many different citizens who Free program runs throughout disagree with this bill much as I have met with a great July and August with special events in July. many who are in full support. Often in any healthy Registration begins Sat., June 23 with our drop-in Kick-Off Extravaganza democratic environment there will be disagreement on issues of importance For more information 250-767-9111 or and for elected individuals, how we vote will invariably disappoint some, much as it will meet the 2 CAN WINE & DINE FOR $24.99. approval of others. In YOUR CHOICE OF 2 ENTREES & A 1/2 this instance I believe it LITRE OF HOUSE WHITE OR RED WINE is important for those disappointed by my vote to hear firsthand the reasons why I am supporting Bill C-38 and the jobs it BAKED SEAFOOD NEPTUNE OVER will protect and enhance RICE WITH VEG AND GARLIC TOAST OR throughout the OkanaCHICKEN AND RIBS WITH CAESAR gan-Coquihalla region. SALAD Dan Albas is the Member of ParliaMEXI MONDAYS ment for OkanaganCoquihalla and can be $4.50 CORONA AND PALM BAY’S reached at Dan.albas@ $2.50 TACOS $12.00 PITCHERS OF PALE ALE $6.99 CHICKEN QUESADILLA AFTER 4 PM $3.99 PINTS & 25¢ PRAWNS $7.99 STEAK SANDWICH W/ FRIES +35¢ WINGS AFTER 4PM

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JUNE 22, 2012

Your Guide to Local Activities and Events SUNDAYS


Jerry Dober Breakfast, 8am, Peachland Wellness Centre

Take Off Pounds Sensibly, 9:30am, 50+ Activity Centre

Carpet Bowling, 10am, 50+ Activity Centre

Peachland United Service, 10am, United Church

Tai Chi, 12pm, 50+ Activity Centre

Peachland Toastmasters, 12pm, Peachland Community Centre

Crystal Waters Service, 10am, Little Schoolhouse

Needle Arts, 1:15pm, 50+ Activity Centre BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS Tween Scene, 3-5pm, 4th Street Place

St. Margaret’s Anglican Church Worship, 10am, St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

Peachland Guides 5:15pm, Peachland Rec Centre.

Emmanuel Church Workship Service, 10am, Peachland Elementary School

Peachland Sparks (girls 5-6), 5:30pm, Peachland Recreation Centre

Peachland Baptist Service, 11am, 4204 Lake Ave.

Wood Carvers, 7pm, 50+ Activity Centre


AA, 12pm, 50+ Activity Centre (2nd & 4th week of the month only) BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS Teen Drop-In, 4-6:30pm, Westside Youth Centre *text 250859-3893 for a ride. Tai Chi (Wellness Centre), 6pm, Heritage Park.



Aerobics, 9:30am, 50+ Activity Centre

Tai Chi (Wellness Centre), 10am continued level, Heritage Park for June - August.

Chess, 1:15pm, 50+ Activity Centre Yoga, 1:30pm, 50+ Activity Centre CentralOkanagan Model Railway Company Group, 7pm, Peachland Museum Peachland Baptist Church Gym Night, 7pm, Peachland Community Centre


Bereavement, 10am, Peachland Wellness Centre Iron and Silk Exercise, 11am, 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Rotary Club Meeting, 12pm, Gasthaus Pub AA, 12pm, 50+ Activity Centre

Yoga, 10:30am, 50+ Activity Centre Art Class, 1pm, 50+ Activity Centre Ladies Snooker, 5pm, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69

SATURDAYS Carpet Bowling, 10am, 50+ Activity Centre Meat Draw, 3pm, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69

Papa Thom LIVE, 6-9pm, Waterfront Grill. Potluck, Meeting, or Entertainment, 6pm, 50+ Activity Centre (4th week of the month only)

Meat Draw, 4pm, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69

Bridge, 7pm, 50+ Activity Centre.

Peachland Brownies (girls 7-8), 5:30pm, Anglican Church

Meat Draw, 2pm, Royal Canadian Legion Branch #69

Bingo, 6:45pm, 50+ Activity Centre Peachland Pathfinders and Rangers (girls 12-17), 7pm, Anglican Church

JUNE 24 PMSPL Playoffs, Cousins Park. PMSPL Awards, approximately 4pm, Cousins Park.


JUNE 26 Committee of the Whole Meeting, 9am, Council Chambers at the Peachland Community Centre. Regular Council Meeting, 7pm, Council Chambers at the Peachland Community Centre

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS Burritos and Baking, Tweens 5-7pm, Middle Teens 7-8:30, 4th Street Anglican Church. Free! MTFCC Meeting, 1:30pm, Council Chambers at the Peachland Community Centre. The mayor’s task force meeting is open to the public.

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BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS Middle Teen PS3 Night, 6-7:30pm, Peachland Community Centre. Free!

BOYS AND GIRLS CLUBS Road Hockey and Beachside Barbecue, 5-7pm, meet at the basketball courts.

Summer Reading Club kick-off extravaganza, drop in 11am5pm, Peachland library. Treats, contests, crafts, and prizes. For more information, call the Peachland library at 250-767-9111.


Summer Art Program, 11am-4pm, Peachland Little Schoolhouse.

Almost Alan (Aaron Halliday), 6pm, Rocky J’s Beach Hut. Alan Jackson tribute artist will perform. PMSPL Playoffs, 8am, Cousins and Turner Parks

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PEACHLAND MIXED SLO PITCH STANDINGS Final standings of the PMSPL 2012 regular season Team



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Congratulations to the 2012 Peachland Elementary graduates. Pictured in no particular order are: Aliceah B., Julian C., Kersty E., Catherine G., Ethan G., Daniel H., Dakota H., Joshua J., Keehan K,. Torin L., Emily M., Kayleb M., Cory S., Daniel S., Avery T., Stephen W., Marshall A., Micah B., Taylie B., Joe C., Cole F., Elyse H., Payton L-B., Jessika M., Daphne N., Taylor P., Hannah P., Baily S., Sol T., Nathan T., Marko V., Adam W., Markus W., and Coral W. Missing from photo are Nathan K. and Taylor K.


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Regional board Dispatches from the farm highlights: June 14 A tale of two radish bunches

Contributed 2011 audited financial statements adopted The regional board has adopted the 2011 audited financial statements for the Regional District of Central Okanagan. A copy is available for viewing online at and at the finance and administration services in the regional district office at 1450 KLO Road, Kelowna. South Slopes Official Community Plan (OCP) The regional board has adopted the new South Slopes Official Community Plan Bylaw No. 1304. This is the first OCP for the area that includes the electoral area outside the City of Kelowna boundary between June Springs Estates and the south portion of Lakeshore Road and was developed after more than one year of extensive public consultation. One of the primary objectives in developing the area OCP is incorporation of several environmental development permit requirements that previously were not in place to ensure the protection of important environmental values and areas. The bylaw also identifies the ‘Kelowna Mountain’ properties as a recreation resort study area, which indicates the secondary planning process required prior to consideration of any future change in land use. Organic solid waste management study The regional board has received a study and report regarding manage-

ment options for organic waste across the Central Okanagan. The assessment evaluated feasible disposal methods for primary categories of organic waste like yard waste, biosolids, white and contaminated wood materials. The study found the current regional organic waste management system offered a high level of sustainability and that contrary to expectations, introducing a segregated food waste collection program wouldn’t likely deliver improved performance and could actually worsen the solid waste management system. As a result, the current program operations and functions will not see any changes. However, they may be adjusted in the future based on changes in provincial mandates. Shorts Creek risk assessment The regional board has received a report prepared by Urban Systems assessing conditions posed by continued erosion from high water levels and flows in Shorts Creek in the Fintry Delta area near Fintry Provincial Park. The board has asked regional district staff to continue efforts to quickly bring together provincial government ministries and agencies to further discussions and possible short-term actions to reduce the potential impacts of further creek erosion and flooding issues that may be caused with future heavy rainfall and protect both road infrastructure and properties.

Jordan Marr Special to the Peachland View

For some time, the price for one of our farm’s Peachland-grown, organically produced radish bunches has been $2. And for some time, I’ve noticed that a similarly sized bunch of California-grown, conventionally produced radishes at Peachland’s IGA is $.79. Ouch! I wince as much as you do, believe me. A trip to the grocery store always involves a peruse of the produce section to see what my California competition is charging and I’m often gobsmacked at the difference. Especially when you consider that that $.79 is being split among IGA, the distributor that shipped the radishes 1,000 miles to get them here, and the farmer who grew them. So what’s the farmer’s cut then? A quarter, maybe? That means she’s getting by with oneeighth the price that we are. How the heck is this possible? I suspect most people, even our most faithful customers, wonder why the premiums demanded for locally grown, organic produce are so high. The answer isn’t straightforward, but I can still take a stab at it by exploring the possibilities. Here’s one: we’re hosing you. In spite of carefully constructed outward appearances (crappy truck; dishevelled, threadbare attire, that polka-dotted bindle I’m always carrying on my shoulder), Vanessa and I are secretive veggie-tycoons who use our vast radish-wealth to fly our helicopter to our various homes that dot the globe like so many flea beetles on our latest crop of arugula. We wish. The reality is that the local food economy is a very com-

petitive one that would very soon punish those who sought to bilk their customers. Check out a local farmers’ market and you’ll find most veggie prices are comparable, which most likely reflects that farmers are charging what they need to make a (rather modest, I assure you) living. Unless I’m part of a local radish cartel that I’m not telling you about... Or perhaps the answer is that the Okanagan’s organic veggie growers are terribly inefficient. But how to define efficiency? Often, the definition leans toward the production of the most food for the cheapest price, period. But that defiJordan nition pays no heed to the billions of tonnes of topsoil that are blown and washed away from the world’s farms each year because of production practices that stress maximum output at the expense of the environment. The list of negative environmental consequences of producing food as ‘cheaply’ as possible is long, and many of those consequences are reduced or even eliminated with organic farming practices. There’s a consequence though: many organic farming practices are more time-consuming, which makes the produce more expensive. Why do so many people spray herbicides on the weeds in the cracks of their driveway rather than just pull them out? Because spraying them is much, much faster. Even if we all agree to factor these environmental problems into the efficiency equation, I can’t be

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sure that my California competitor is pillaging the environment to charge what she does. Though when I consider the long hours we work and our ongoing effort to improve our farming and business practices against the fact that her radishes cost the same as two Timbits it makes me wonder. And I just can’t imagine that a whole region of farmers is inefficient. A couple of city-raised doofuses like Vanessa and me? Maybe. But all the organic farmers in the Okanagan? No way. What if we consider that the California radishes are not organic? Here we might find a clue. Marr Our first crop of radishes this year was beautiful, but we lost two-thirds of the second crop to pests. Our competitor’s radishes are most likely sprayed with chemicals to prevent such challenges. And I nearly forgot: California and other warm southern regions can probably grow twice the number of radish crops that we can in a year, a plain old competitive advantage. That sort of thing goes both ways though: right about now, in a cream-coloured sugar shack outside of Davis, California, a beleaguered farmer is writing an essay for his customers to explain why his maple syrup costs $200 per litre. All of the above presupposes that the two radish bunches are exactly the same. I believe otherwise, but that’s for another essay. It’s getting late and our radishes are begging to be weeded. Again.

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Garage Sale 6431 Bulyea Avenue Fri. & Sat., June 22 & 23 8am - 3pm Great buys. Priced to sell.

Large Moving Sale #26-6663 Hawy 97 South Edgewater Trailer Court Fri. & Sat., June 22 & 23 8am - 4pm No reasonable offer refused

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Business display advertising rates on request. PHONE 250.767.7771 Fax: 250.767.3337 Email: or mail your advertisement to: Peachland View, PO Box 1150 Peachland BC, V0X 1X0 PEACHLAND VIEW OFFICE HOURS: Monday - Friday 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Advertising Regulations: The Peachland View reserves the right to classify ads under appropriate headings and to separate therefore and to determine the page location. The Peachland View reserves the right to revise, edit, classify or reject any advertisement. All claims of errors to advertisements must be received by the publisher within seven days after the first publication. It is agreed by the advertiser requesting space that the liability of the Peachland View 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 or because his/her age is between 44 and 65 years unless the condition is justified by a bona fide requirement for the work involved.

For Sale Original owner selling a 2002 SRI Mobile in a privately owned, creekside park in Peachland, minutes from the beach and all amenities, open concept, central air, shed, fenced yard, pets okay, 55+, $94,500. Call 250-767-2753

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PERSONAL Alcoholics Anonymous Peachland Fellowship

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SERVICES Storage For Rent Storage for rent, downtown Peachland, 5’ x 8’ & 10’ x 16”. Call 250-767-6348 Painting Services Residential or commercial, New construction or repaint. Interior or exterior. Call G. C. Contracting for a free estimate. 250-767-2701 Sparrowhead Music 24 Track Recording Studio Drum Lessons 12 week Pro Tools Course PA-Sound System Rentals 250-575-8757


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Massage Tired? Sore? Stressed? Let me help you recharge! Flexible hours. First massage half price. Chandra 250-317-8188, Westbank

Cleaning Services Local Peachland women offering house cleaning, minor yard maintenance and errands. Call or email for details. References available upon request. 250-870-3208,

BARGAIN BIN • Good clean clothing • Household items We accept donations on days that we are open. OPEN THURS. - SAT. 9:30 - 3 PM

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Roof Rite New, re-roofs and repairs, moss removal & prevention, eavestrough cleaning, shingles, shakes & concrete roof tiles. Todd Smith, 250-767-6603 or 250-718-0641. Worksafe BC Insured. Cleaning Services I would like to clean your home and simplify your life. Please call, Clean & Simple Residential Cleaning and ask for Lori at 778-4791989 Renosense Home Repair Ltd. Renovations including dry walling, textured ceilings, etc., decks, tiling, etc. No job too small. Call Eric at 250-767-2593

Piano Lessons From a retired cruise line pianist. Materials and two lessons $60. More info. at or call 250-7679059

WANTED Wanted Deer hunting rifle and pump or semi-auto .22 rifle. Call evenings 250-767-6740 Volunteers Needed Volunteers needed for Dancin’ Barefoot Saturday, July 14 in Peachland. Call 250-767-6147 or check

Cleaning Services Cabins to Castles. Great cleaning, no hassles, house keeping, yard work, move-ins and move-outs, weekly, bi-weekly, experienced and reliable, Michelle 250-8266285 Moorage Available in Peachland Available for the season at Pentowna Marina, moorage for a maximum 20’ boat including swim grid. $2,000. for the season. Call Nicky, 250-767-6464.

Phone: 250-767-2647 Fax: 250-767-3433 Web: 5806 Beach Avenue, Peachland, BC, V0H 1X7

Peachland Farmers & Crafters Market Heritage Park on Beach Avenue, Peachland Sundays 10AM to 2PM May 27 to Sept. 30 Info: Market Manager 250-317-0407

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GLASS DEPOT The District of Peachland has arranged for a Glass Recycling Bin to be placed at the Public Works Yard at 5379 Princeton Avenue. The bin arrived Monday June 18th. The Glass Bin will be ONLY for glass jars and bottles (all colours, emptied and rinsed). Not accepted into the Glass Bin are: cookware, drinking glasses, windows, mirrors or china. Please note this is for glass only . No other recyclables will be accepted. The Public Works yard is open Monday through Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 pm and is located 5 km up Princeton Avenue from Hwy 97. This new glass depot is closer than going to West Kelowna, saving residents gas and energy.

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Food for the Soul: The tie that binds Pastor Ed Skutshek Grace Lutheran Church Special to the Peachland View

Students hatch little chicks Gail Thiesmann’s Kindergarten and Grade One students hatched 21 chicks this year and learned about weight by using different items to compare their size such as dice, dominoes, blocks, etc. Contributed photo

June is wedding time. According to U.S. statistics, of the estimated 2.3 million weddings that are solemnized each year, the average age of the bride is 25.3 years of age and the groom is 26.9 years of age. Roughly one-third of those getting married each year have been married before. $72 billion a year is spent on wedding receptions, with an average cost $20,000 per wedding and an average guest list of 172 people. Each year approximately $19 billion is spent on wedding gifts through registries. The officiate at many of these marriage ceremonies is likely a pastor or other duly appointed representative of the Holy Christian Church.

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Wes Bedford, B.Sc Geoff Davis, B.Sc Garnet Lloyd, B.Sc

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Many question whether the Christian wedding is really any different than marriages that take place before a judge or justice of the peace. For Christians, marriage has two natures: a human nature and a divine nature. The human nature of marriage cuts across all marriages. The estate of marriage is defined by government. Statutes and regulations define who can be lawfully married and the process by which the marriage is registered. These regulations also define the legal rights and liabilities of the spouses to the marriage. Marriage creates a partnership. The law requires you take your spouse to the exclusion of all others. You must be faithful to your spouse. Like all partners to a partnership, one spouse can bind the




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other spouse to purchases, debts and liabilities. Spouses are legally obligated to support one another. Income tax codes allow spouses to claim one another as dependents and share or split income and losses. If a spouse becomes incapacitated, the other spouse is authorized to make decisions with respect to the care of the incapacitated spouse. Marriage laws are essential for healthy marriages and families. They create legally enforceable rights, obligations and boundaries. While these laws and regulations are necessary for healthy marriages, they do not empower couples to live up to these rules, other than force compliance under the threat of the consequences of breaking a rule. For Christians, marriage has a divine nature. Jesus said, “A man will leave his father and mother and be united to his wife, and the two will become one flesh. So they are no longer two, but one. Therefore what God has joined together, let man not separate.” (Mark 10:7-9). Ever wonder how God joins a couple together so they are no longer two but become one flesh? The prophet Solomon wrote this gem of wisdom: “A cord of three strands is not quickly broken.” (Ecclesiastes 4:12.) The three-stranded cord provides a beautiful image of how God makes two into one. The bride and groom are two of the strands of God’s three-

stranded cord. When God blesses the couple on the day of their marriage, He gives them a third strand that wraps around both of them and binds them together as one. The third strand is made up of love and faith. God created us male and female so we could be fruitful and multiply and live together in lifelong relationships involving intimacy, fidelity and sharing all that comes in life. God uses this attraction and desire to bring the bride and groom together and will continue to use this attraction to keep the couple together. God gives the couple not only love for one another, but also faith and trust in Him and His Word. God’s Word encourages and empowers couples to love one another sacrificially and forgive one another from the heart. Solomon’s short verse reminds couples that many stresses will tug at them and their relationship that could cause their bond to be broken. However, if they believe and trust that God brought them together and has given them the grace and gifts to keep them together, then their three-stranded cord can bear the burdens of life. Is life pulling you and your spouse apart or is your love and faith being tested? Join us at Grace Lutheran Church at 1162 Hudson Road in West Kelowna at 9 a.m. and 10:30 a.m. on Sundays. God will strengthen the cord that binds you.

Your Guide to Local Churches St. Margaret’s Anglican Church

Peachland United Church 4421 4th Street

Grace Lutheran Church 1162 Hudson Road West Kelowna, B.C. 250-769-5685

Crystal Waters

Vacation Bible School

9 am - Prayer

July 3 - 6, 9am - noon Age 2 through grade 6 Join us on, The Adventure’s of Paul Registration forms on website

Sunday Services New Contemporary Worship Service 9 a.m.

Traditional Worship Service 10:30 a.m.

International Ministries

9:30 am - Coffee & Friends 10 am - Service Children are welcome! Connecting you to the Glory of God at the Little School House on Brandon Lane


Sunday June 24, 2012

Sunday Worship 10 a.m. Morning Prayer Tuesdays - 9:30 a.m. Office Hours 9:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m. Monday to Friday

Lyn Stewart 250-767-6211 or John Miller 250-767-9270 4th Street & Brandon Ave


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Peachland Campus 10 a.m. - Worship Service at Peachland Elementary School 2600 Hebert Road, West Kelowna 250.768.7638 -

Peachland Baptist Church “Free Treasure Hunt Day Camp”

Peachland Baptist Church

Derek Koch, Peachland Campus Pastor BBQ to follow

A Friendly Welcome Awaits You At...

For: children Kindergarten to grade 6 July 10-12, 9am-noon To register call Pastor John at 250-767-9232 Office Hours - Tue, Wed, Thur 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. Hall rental contact Doreen 250-767-2132 Sunday Morning Service 10 a.m. Rev. Elaine Diggle

Bible Classes - 9:45 a.m. Church Services - 11 a.m. 4204 Lake Avenue



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CLUES ACROSS 1. Three-banded armadillo 5. Confining bird structure 9. Taxi 12. Comedian Carvey 13. A young canine 15. “Spy Kids� actress Jessica 16. Galvanizing element 17. TV show “Modern _____y� 18. 2s 19. Hooray! 20. Suggesting horror 22. Eastbound 24. Region of SE Pakistan 25. 1999 high school massacre 29. Hip-hop music 32. The cry made by sheep 33. Herb rue genus 34. Reverence

65. Kilo yard (abbr.) 66. “____ Ado About Nothing� 67. British school for boys

35. Point that is one point S of due E 36. Slash or slice 37. Idly talk 38. Meshwork for fishing 39. K particle 41. Division of geological time 42. Tax collector 43. Treated soil with nitrates 46. Hair on the head 47. Actress Derek 48. Wrenching 52. Overhead shot 55. Federal job safety law 56. At the front 60. Interagency Manufacturers Operating Group (abbr.) 62. Chew tobacco 63. Sacred Muslim pilgrim shrine 64. Very small

CLUES DOWN 1. Wood shaping tool 2. Two considered as a unit 3. Tennis’ Kournikova 4. TV cook Ray 5. Canadian Wildlife Fed. 6. Exclamation of triumph 7. A cut & polished mineral 8. One who removes 9. Stout stick, larger at one end 10. Town in Ghana 11. Lowest or bottom part 14. Smoothing tool 15. Dentist’s group 21. Atomic #48 23. Providence school (abbr.) 24. Allot a site to 25. Pole (Scottish) 26. Hop kilns 27. Mister 28. London palace 29. Finger millet 30. Bestow an honor on 31. Nine-banded armadillo 32. Northern Bolivian river 40. Atomic #28 43. 1st guru of Sikhism 44. Fullback 45. Violet gemstone 46. 26th state 48. A mass of stone 49. Like fireplace residue 50. N’Djamena is the capital 51. ___ City, Oklahoma 74641 53. Leave out 54. Singer & Congressman Sonny 57. Cologne 58. Basics 59. Dash 61. Lifting device on a sailing ship



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Learn how the Legion contributes to Peachland Meet some of those that have received help from the Legion Celebrating 85 years of community service


The Government of B.C. has Proclaimed June 24th – June 30th 2012 to be:

LEGION WEEK Join us and our LegionHours members for an afternoon Mon. - Fri. of Member Appreciation a Legion Open House 9 am -at 5 pm on Saturday, June 30 – noon to 5 pm. Closed Weekends & Holidays

Female physician available in April

Food • Entertainment • Special Guests • Prizes

Offer superior client care by displaying your listings on the Peachland View real estate page! Call 250.767.7771 to reserve your space!





16 - The Peachland View

#212- 3360 Old Okanagan Highway, West Kelowna Charming detached townhome in the gated community of Leisure Village. Enjoy your sunroom and the backyard waterscape in this 55+ community in West Kelowna. Former showhome with many extra’s. Strata Fees are $125/month.

5305 Bradbury Street, Peachland - 3 bedroom custom built West Coast Architecture home, beautifully decorated with big Okanagan lake views, a must see, a great family home. Website:






250-826-2047 5878E Beach Avenue Larry Guilbault Peachland, BC VOH 1X7

250-826-2047 5878E Beach Avenue Larry Guilbault Peachland, BC VOH 1X7


Well maintained throughout, this 4 bed, 3 bath home is located on a quiet street with nearby hiking & ATV areas. Updated with fresh paint & laminate flooring. 5 appliances, window coverings & some furniture included. Secured parking & fenced yard. Ready to move in!

For all your mortgage needs...

CURRENT RATE SPECIALS 5 yr fixed rate 3.19% 3 yr fixed rate 2.89% 10 yr fixed rate 3.99%

Some conditions apply. Rates may change at any time.

Let us negotiate for your best mortgage!

The Seller is prepared to Joint-venture!

Put together 3 or 6 ... or as many foursomes who would like to own a piece of their very own golf course:

BLACK 455 435 400 180 410 540 430 410 200 3460

BLUE 430 400 365 160 380 490 390 350 170 3135

WHITE 420 360 340 155 360 460 370 330 155 2950

RED 400 330 315 120 310 410 346 315 130 2676

GOLD 400 315 300 110 310 410 346 315 115 2621

PAR 5 4 4 3 4 5 4 4 3 36

• Minutes from Peachland • 3400 (+/-) yard, par 36, 9 hole links golf course • Golf when and as often as you want • Potential for additional revenue generating development

Leanne Cody 250-215-5028

Call: Moe Martin 250-767-2437

Plenty of Parking W NE



Moe Martin B.S. Bus. Admin. Broker/Owner (Broker licensed in BC & Alberta)

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Developable Land Sales & Acquisitions Shopping Centres/Plazas Multi-Family Projects Call me... Mobile Home Parks For all your Residential Sales Hotels/Motels Recreational Businesses

Real Estate Needs!


“Buy land, they stopped making it”


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4996 Bradley Drive, Peachland – 3 bed/3 bath home on a landscaped private .40 acre lot. Open dining/living room, huge family room and bright artist’s studio! Lush gardens and a variety of fruit trees, great deck and covered patio and even a beach volleyball court! This is a perfect retreat for those who love the tranquility & beauty of the outdoors. Call Tracey for a FREE Market Evaluation!

$679,000 • 4375 Maxwell Road Wonderful hobby farm, 5 acres fenced for horses, 4 bay workshop/ office, horse barn, 2 stories 4 beds, 3 full baths, with lofted master bedroom and a walkout basement, wood stove, bright cheerful home with vaulted ceilings, well log 12 GPM, get away to your own acreage but only 10 minutes to Westbank & Peachland. MLS®10048693

00 ,9 9 7 $3

OPEN HOUSE - SUNDAY 1 - 3pm 5360 Buchanan, Peachland - One Block from the Beach! Nice 3 bedroom/2bathroom open concept rancher with great views of Lake Okanagan. Attached double garage, nice view deck at front of house and private backyard. Jump all over this one! See pictures on my website MLS®10046695

Dave Collins 250-870-1444

Open House Sunday 1-3 pm


27 Years in Real Estate



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“Buy land, they stopped making it” Lara Cody 250-868-7114


5878E Beach Avenue Larry Guilbault Peachland, BC VOH 1X7


The Cody Sisters!




#11-5371 Princeton Avenue, Peachland - Beautiful mobile home with stunning Okanagan lake & mountain views, two decks (one covered), landscaped yard, priced well below assesses value of $78,400, a must see. Website:

$689,000 5724 Beach Avenue N, Peachland - Semi-waterfront home, charming little gem of a house.Just steps from the water and recently updated, this home shows a 10 out of 10! Hardwood floors, newer kitchen and fresh paint,new shed and roof as well as stand alone in law suite behind the main house. MLS®10047276 Integrity without compromise.

Troy Fischer 250.878.0626 Kelowna Westside

4244 Beach Ave., Peachland - Views from every room in this renovated home situated in downtown Peachland, across from the beach. You choose - investment property, B & B or a great family home. 5 bedrooms, 4 with en-suites and all have those fabulous views. High-end finishing throughout. Granite counter top in the island kitchen and the dining room built-in cabinet. MLS®10036887

Bryon Knutsen

(250) 863-1282 “Our” Community “Your” Realtor

• Director’s Platinum Award • President’s Gold Award • Master Sales Award KELOWNA


Online edition of the peachland view for June 22, 2012

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