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Albion actor aspires to airport gig A young Maple Ridge man is a finalist in a competition to live at YVR for 80 days. by Sylver McLaren

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Chris Lee has flown out of Vancouver twice in his lifetime – both times to Disneyland. Now the 22-year-old actor from Maple Ridge is one of five finalists vying for the Live@YVR contest, where he could be the correspondent who will live, eat, and sleep at YVR for 80 days. If he wins, he will sleep at The Fairmont Vancouver Airport Hotel, live in the YVR community, and experience the endless stories of YVR’s 23,600 employees and 400 businesses starting Aug. 17. YVR is Canada’s second busiest airport. It’s like right out of the Tom Hanks movie, The Terminal, where Hanks’ character Viktor Navorski finds himself stranded in JFK Airport and takes up temporary residence there, Lee said. The young Albion man is competing for votes against four other finalists from across the Lower Mainland. The winner becomes the Live@YVR correspondent who will be equipped with a camera and editing equipment and will act as an all-in-one producer, director, reporter, editor, and postproduction supervisor. That person must uncover stories and share the triumphs – and trials – of living at an airport full time on www.liveatyvr.ca, Facebook, and Twitter. Five finalists were chosen from a pool of 96 B.C. entrants who submitted videos. The other finalists are: 36-year-old Carrie Dymond, 29-year-old Jaeger Mah, and 24-year-old Sarah Szloboda, all of Vancouver, along with

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Chris Lee of Maple Ridge could be selected to live, eat, and sleep at Vancouver Airport. He’s one of five finalist for the Live@YVR contest. Marelle Reid, 29, of Coquitlam. The winner will be given $15,000 – $7,500 at the beginning of the assignment and the other half when finished. Lee was valedictorian in 2007 for Samuel Robertson Technical’s first graduating class. He has a diploma from the Vancouver Academy of Dramatic Arts, and attended Shoreline Studios acting school for a year and a half.

He has been a professional actor for three years, working on commercials, short films, and theatre productions – YVR potentially being his most challenging role. “Chris was chosen because he has a twinkle in his eye and a sense of humour,” said Rebecca Catley, communications director for Vancouver Airport Authority. “We were incredibly impressed by the quality and quantity of

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video entries for Live@YVR and the diversity of personalities and video submissions,” Catley said. “I was shocked when I heard that I was selected to be a finalist,” said Lee, adding that he taught himself how to use Final Cut Pro in three days while making his submission video. “I enter contests all the time but I’ve never won. I can’t even run that fast – this is the first

time I have gotten this far in any contest,” Lee added. “Now it’s the public’s turn to have its say on who will tell the behind-the-scenes stories of its airport,” noted Catley. The public has until Aug. 5 to vote online at www.liveatyvr.ca for its favourite finalist. Lee’s video submission can be seen at http://liveatyvr.ca/ entry/183360.

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District fixes road Construction on River Road between Darby and Carshill streets is expected to begin on Aug. 2 and wrap up by early September. Roadwork on 124th Avenue between Laity and 216th streets is also starting in early August and should be done by the end of September. The River Road project is the final phase of storm water installations that have been going on for several months. The 124th Avenue project is to install new storm sewers and improve street drainage. • More at www.mrtimes.com, click “News”

Bike photos wanted Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows residents are encouraged to take pictures of themselves and their bikes and enter to win a bike, an iPad, or a Kindle. The summer cycling photo contest is put on by the bicycle advisory committee. To enter the contest, residents of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows are invited take a picture of themselves or others attending a 2011 Maple Ridge or Pitt Meadows community event safely with a bicycle. The application form and photo can be emailed to bikecontest@mapleridge.ca or bikecontest@pittmeadows.ca. The deadline for submissions is Sept. 6. For details, go to www.mapleridge.org. • More online at www.mrtimes.com, click on “Community”

Feds award volunteers The Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards is a new program that has been created to celebrate volunteer contributions. A total of 17 awards will be given out, three of them in B.C. and two national awards. The first call for nominations is open from now to Sept. 9. Nominees can be individuals or groups, businesses or not-for-profit organizations. To learn more about the Prime Minister’s Volunteer Awards, visit www. pm.gc.ca/awards or call 1-877-825-0434. • More at www.mrtimes.com, click “News”

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Ducks have been appearing around the community for the last few months, promoting this Sunday’s Rotary Duck Race. But inside the duck suits, there have been many volunteers, young and old, male and female, from a variety of organizations. The 1st Laityview Scouts have jumped on board with the first annual Rotary duck event, making the duck’s presence known to residents in Maple Ridge, thereby, promoting ticket sales. Maureen Pengelly, whose three sons are in Scouts and Venturers, has been acting as a liaison between the Meadow Ridge Rotary Club and the Scouts to help rally volunteers for the event. “It’s that sense of community,” Pengelly said about helping the Rotary club. “That’s what Scouts Maria Rantanen/TIMES is all about.” Mieka Johnson, Russell Pengelly, Noah Johnson, Reilly Viveiros, (back row), David Pengelly, and Rebecca Johnson have been involved in Mieka Johnson, who has spent promoting the Rotary duck race. a few hot hours in the duck suit, said jokingly that Scouts protheir energy. “As far as community supmoney for youth organizations vide “child labour” for different On Monday evening, a group port, it’s been phenomenal,” said and KidSport. events. from 1st Laityview went to help Mary Robson, who’s on the duck With all the preparations “In the community, Scouts test out the course that the ducks race organizing committee. and the final test run slated help out a lot,” she said. will take on the Alouette River. The Scouts, both Pengelly and for Wednesay evening, Robson The scouting organization proThey helped release 200 ducks Scoutmaster Peter Tam, have said she hopes the actual race vides youth with positive experiand watched for holes in the been “very supportive,” she at 1 p.m. on Sunday runs like a ence and activfences. Some said. “well-oiled machine.” ities, Johnson guide wires Having the ducks in the comOther Rotary clubs have held said, and keeps and zipcordmunity has helped promote the duck races, and they have them out of race and when people know the helped the Meadow Ridge club Sunday, July 31, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. ing needed to trouble and conbe added to duck will be at an event, they work out the logistics of the race. Maple Ridge Park nected with a ensure none of seek it out, Robson said. This is the first of what the Ducks are $10 each and can still good group of the ducks will “The kids – they all want to Rotary club hopes will be an be purchased online at www. kids. escape during hug the big yellow duck,” she annual event, and Robson said rotaryduckrace.ca or on the race day at Figuring out the actual race added. they knew aiming for 10,000 Maple Ridge Park. a schedule for on Sunday. The Haney Rotary Club and ticket sales was high. But the duck was a On the District of Maple Ridge have number sold, while not 10,000, challenge, as shifts as long as an Wednesday, the Scouts were also been supportive of the is “solid,” she said. Tickets will hour and a half proved to be hot planning to go to Alouette River race. Groups like the Alouette be sold right up to and on race and tiring. After a couple shifts, in Maple Ridge Park again to River Management Society and day. the Scouts learned to trade off watch 3,000 ducks released in a a retired RCMP dive team have “For the first year, we are very, after half and hour to keep up test race. also given their time to help raise very pleased,” Robson said.

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The Maple Ridge Museum and Archives is starting a mapping project to identify where fruit trees grew.

held another 700 acres between Kanaka Creek and the Fraser River. Robertson planted fruit trees wherever he could find a patch of open ground, many around the mouth and meanders of lower Kanaka Creek. by Maria Rantanen Maple Ridge was an important fruit mrantanen@mrtimes.com producing centre in B.C. supplying Vancouver and New Westminster. Historians at the Maple Ridge Museum John Hammond brought in the first want to know where the best place was named varieties of fruit. In the 1890s, to steal apples in Maple Ridge. G.W. Henry ran a nursery in Hammond As the museum gathers information and a regional newspaper reported he about the agricultural history of Maple once brought eight tons of fruit trees to Ridge, the staff have started a mapping the community. project to show the vast orchards that Orchards were owned by Hector used to a large part of the agriculture in Ferguson, J.C. Metcalfe, Paul Murray, Maple Ridge. Alex Stevenson, Tom Bosomworth, John Many people have forgotten – or never Carr, and John Baillie. knew – that Maple Ridge was an importThe Ridge Meadows Hospital sits on ant fruit producing community when it the old Baillie farm, which had extensive first began being populated, and that the orchards. orchards covered vasts acreages, said the While some families grew fruit to supmuseum’s director Val Patenaude. ply other markets, almost everyone grew “We’re talking huge numbers here, fruit trees for canning and preserving for when you consider the population,” she themselves, Patenaude said. said. There were several varieties of apples On Saturday, Patenaude will be at the – some were good for canning, others for Haney Farmers’ Market with displays cider, others for “wintering over,” others about the history of agriculture in Maple for sauces and pie fillings. Ridge – the summer’s second History The history of Maple Ridge’s agriculGoes to Market event. ture can provide a context for the current She also wants to start stirring people’s discussion around the quality of agriculmemories about where there might have tural land, said been orchards – Patenaude. where did young The type of people growing terrain in Maple Saturday, July 30 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. up in Maple Ridge is “very Ridge go in the Maple Ridge Museum and Archives will have displays at the 1940s, 1950s, bandstand at Memorial Peace Park during the farmers’ market. much suited to fruit producand later to steal Museum director Val Patenaude hopes locals will give her tion,” she said. apples. information on where orchards used to exist in Maple Ridge. Potatoes This will help were the most her identify frequently occurring crop for sale, where orchards used to be. Patenaude said, but many other root “I want to see how extensive orchards vegetables were grown for livestock were in the community,” Patenaude said. and personal use, for example, turnips, “I think people will be really surprised.” parsnips – and something called a manFor the most part, when trees outlive gel that seemed to have been a cross their usefulness, they are replaced or just between a turnip and a beet. removed, she explained. A lot of agricultural information has dis“We’re trying to see to what extent appeared, Patenaude said, and she finds there is community memory [of herself often checking a dictionary from orchards],” Patenaude said. Maple Ridge had extensive apple, plum, 1935 to find what terms like “shorts” mean – shorts is feed for cattle made and pear orchards. from chopped up sileage that’s been left Samuel Robertson, the first non-native to ferment. landholder in current Maple Ridge, had “There’s lots of things that have come 160 acres in the Albion Flats. Later he

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Thursday, July 28, 2011

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Mounties uncover pot farm

Charges have yet to be laid against three people arrested in a Maple Ridge grow-op bust July 26. by Sylver McLaren

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The man was seen driving east on River Road by police just after 1:30 a.m. The man tore off in a rental van, reaching speeds of 140 km/h, when the Mountie activated his lights. The officer reportedly followed at a safe distance and briefly lost sight of the van, but found it in a ditch around the corner on 240 Street. The officer then spotted the suspect running away and a chase ensued. The man was arrested but was later released on a promise to appear in court.

Ridge Meadows RCMP seized 184 marijuana plants at a home on 125A Avenue near 230th Street in Maple Ridge on Tuesday. One man and two women were found inside the home when police arrived. The three were arrested, but were later Ridge Meadows RCMP are released, said Cpl Alanna investigating damages to equipDunlop. ment and theft from a conAn electrical bypass was disstruction site in Pitt Meadows. covered inside the home. Sometime between Friday and “It takes some time to put Monday, thieves entered the together the file with a mariconstruction site on Airport juana grow-op case as there are Way near Southgate Road in numerous exhibits to process, Cpl. Alanna Dunlop Pitt Meadows. forms to prepare and a crown Ridge Meodows RCMP An excavator that was left on package to recommend charthe site was damaged. A metal ges,” Dunlop said. container had the lock busted and numerThe investigation is still active. ous pieces of expensive equipment and tools were stolen, including a generator, two submersible pumps, a cut-off saw, a laser level, and a gas powered blower. A 43-year-old Burnaby man, who is Anyone with any information is asked well known to police, will face several to call the RCMP at 604-463-6251, or charges including driving while prohibited, obstructing a peace officer, and exces- CrimeStoppers at 1-800-222-8477. • More online at www.mrtimes.com, click on “News” sive speeding, after trying to evade police.

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Giving a quack There’s a fun family event planned at Maple Ridge Park. Meadow Ridge Rotary Club’s inaugural duck race is being held on Sunday, with upwards of 10,000 rubber duckies expected to swim down a section of the Alouette River. The 1 p.m. race is sure to be a nailbitting blast for onlookers who have bucks riding on the ducks. There’s more than $35,000 worth of prizes – not least of which is a 2011 Jeep Wrangler. But there’s more fun than the race itself. There will full-on carnival-style, free, family festival, complete with clowns, facepainting, arts and crafts, bouncy castles, vendors, local performers, and visiting ducks of all sizes. Real accolades go to the founders of the Rotary Duck Race. They’ve devised a fun fundraiser fitting for a community rich in outdoor recreation opportunities. And it’s aimed at making a real difference in the lives of children in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. The club that has helped the community recognize its Hometown Heroes for years has created another annual fundraiser – one that could raise up to $100,000 for KidSport and local youth. The first $25,000 (apparently already exceeded) goes towards KidSport. The rest of the funds will be divided among 15 local youth organizations. Many of the youthful benefactors of this initiative won’t fully appreciate how lucky they are to have such an incredible team of local business people working so hard on their behalf. But the team here at The TIMES, your community newspaper reporters who have been reporting on local individual and team sports for more than a quarter century, realize how significant this Rotary Duck Race contribution is to our kids. It’s a huge gesture for less fortunate kids who might not otherwise be able to play sports. It helps give our youth a rewarding and fun option to “hanging out” and maybe travelling down a troubled road. Even if you can’t be there for race day, consider buying a ticket. It gives you a chance to win a Jeep, a trip for two, or a myriad other prizes. But mostly, you’ll help ensure a promising future for our youth. – R.H.

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We’ll weather the weather, or buy a house in Arizona where whatever the weather. Or we’ll the air’s so consistently dry your whine about the weather. nose spontaneously bleeds. It’s the small-talk topic (say that As I write this, however, three times fast) of the month, Saturday last, the sun is out in the Lower Mainland’s crummy all its carcinogenic glory, rays summer, the dearth of (vitamin) of pleasure bathing the Lower D, the sun has taken a vacation, Mainland – a window of opporgone back east to Toronto where tunity to mow the lawn, take the it’s hovering in the high 30s, into dog down to the water before the 40s with the humidity. the teeny boppers get there with by Tim Tyler Is that what you’d rather have their beer, or go down to Country instead of our low 20s with a Fest and listen to the Eagles tribt3atyler@shaw.ca sprinkling of rain? ute band. I’ve been there, back east, lying The upside of the “bad” weathin bed covered by a patina of perspiration, so er is that I haven’t had to start hauling water. bad your partner doesn’t want anything to do It’s inevitable, of course, and according to my with you and if he/she does, the two of you slide sources in the men’s locker room, the District around like greased pigs, or mud wrestlers. is about to start charging us for access to their You spend a lot of time in the basement below water, which doesn’t surprise me one bit; as ground or you ramp up the AC ’til the power usual they’re years behind in taking the initiacompany starts screaming “enough is enough.” tive. It was tolerable if you lived by the lake, or you We rural types have been taking water that is had a pool in the backyard, but most of us poor paid for by the taxes of Maple Ridge people, so people had to go out sooner or later and that we could fill our wells, water our livestock, etc. heat hit you like a big hot frying pan in the face; My source tells me that we are going to have it’s heavy like a shroud, or a wet blanket. to insert a credit or debit card to pay for the Never mind frying an egg, you could cook your municipal aqua, a user fee. entire Sunday dinner on the sidewalk. How much remains to be seen, but I will pay Not one of the reasons I emigrated out here, nonetheless, needing the water. but I sure appreciate it, especially now that I’m I would feel better about it if I knew that every one of the old guys who’s entitled to bitch about house in Maple Ridge was being metered for the weather: “Can’t take the heat like I used to, water use, which they are not. no sir. Give us another one of them margaritas, We, in the country, have developed a greater will you, pal?” respect for the resource because our supplies are I’ll tell you what I do get more than enough limited. I have never washed my car, watered of: these weather forecasters/meteorologists who my lawn, or power washed anything in the near feed into the “rain-is-bad, sun-is-good” mentality 30 years I have lived here. that everyone craves and – celebrities that they I turn the tap off and on when I brush my are – go along with the running joke that they teeth, I shower in town, and when it’s yellow I are responsible for the “bad” weather. let it mellow. Respect the rain, that’s my refrain. Back to you Nor do any of you have to put up with all this Sophie and Steve. “bad” weather: you can move to sunnier climes

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Pitt Meadows politics

Councillor needs help to leave Dear Editor,

I have never really been a political person, pretty much have voted the status quo. But after reading the article by Sylver McLaren [Mayor’s race empties council chairs, July 12, TIMES] I feel compelled to voice my outrage over Councillor John Becker’s arrogant remarks. I can’t help but wonder why a man who clearly doesn’t care about his colleagues, has no respect for the office, and obviously feels he is far above the average citizen of this community would put his name forward to run for the position of mayor. How generous of him to offer two days

a week to the office! It is insulting that he referred to his colleagues as dogs (Huskies) and himself as the head dog to lead the pack. Clearly, Mr. Becker wants Pitt Meadows run his way or no way. His comments about kissing babies and shaking hands – what a joke! The only time you see Mr. Becker at any public event is during the months leading up to an election. It is quite obvious that Mr. Becker no longer wants to be on council and is asking for a way out. Please, my fellow citizens, let’s help him, and vote him out. K. Jensen, Pitt Meadows

Albion Flats

Speirs only negative, without plan footpaths where Maple hearings and public input, Ridge residents can focus council has delivered what and be proud of our own the community wants. local indigenous It’s hypocritical fauna, migrating to deny workand year-round ing families the birds, and local opportunities for wildlife. jobs and the abilNot a single ity to spend their original thought, money in our nothing positive, community, after just that he’s having supported against it like the Jackson Farm anything else development that is progreswhen it was Craig Speirs sive in this comclearly outside munity. the urban boundCouncillor, Maple Ridge As Councillor ary. Judy Dueck pointed out, I remember Councillor based on numerous public Speirs saying that he did so in the spirit of compromise. Maple Ridge Well, what happened to that spirit of compromise? I see this proposal as a valid Dear Editor, compromise that is going I see the politicians are soon receiving a raise? Let’s to move our community compare their wages now to what the seniors make per ahead into the future, to year: $18,924.40 (before taxes). the degree that anyone A person with a disability, on a pension, makes with vision and imagina$10,877.04 per year. tion can appreciate. Our mayor makes $98,558 and our council members Apparently, Councillor vary from $43,258 to $41,800. Speirs has “missed the ’Nuff said! boat.” Dear Editor,

Again, I am perplexed by Councillor Craig Speirs’s comments regarding the Albion Flats proposal to the Agricultural Land Commission. He flatly denounces the plan that the majority of council supports, calling it an embarrassment and inappropriate, yet leaves us with no plan of his own, other than leaving it as is. No proactive environmentally sound comments and suggestions have been forwarded to possibly creating mini bird/wildlife sanctuary with non-evasive

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It is offensive that the term “male dominated” is used to describe cycling in the Vancouver area. Anyone can get a bike and ride. There are no men barring the entrances to our cycle shops. But as we have so frequently seen, women seem to need special groups. Surely the fact that more men are cycling to their destinations is positive and should be praised. Instead, we get more anti-male feminist propaganda.

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A mysterious fire on 232nd Street Tuesday destroyed a barn and at least one vehicle.

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Barn reduced to rubble by Sylver McLaren

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A suspicious fire reduced a Maple Ridge barn to ash and debris earlier this week, leaving fire officials hunting for the cause. For the second time in a week, firefighters were called out to 12489 232nd St. The first time was Saturday, when the owner was illegally burning yard waste, said assistant fire chief Mark Smitton. Then, on Tuesday afternoon, three trucks, and 12 firefighters were called back again. They worked to quickly douse the barn fire, bringing it under control within an hour, Smitton said.

Later the same day, the barn – which had no electrictity – was levelled by an excavator for safety purposes, he added. And a few hours after the blaze, all that remained was fire truck ruts, muck, one burned out Mercedes that had been pulled out of the burning barn, another slightly singed car and piles of rubble. Firefighters are still investigating the cause of the fire. Smitton confirmed that the five-acreplus lot once had a home on it. It burned down two years ago, he said. As an aside, he reminded residents that only people living east of 240th Street can apply for backyard burning permits.

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Bob D’Eith association would like to have the nomination meeting within the next six weeks, which would give time for the candidates to campaign. “There will be some politicking going on [within the association],” Challenger said. D’Eith said he would like to run to ensure social justice returns to B.C. “Provincially, there hasn’t been a correct strategy to deal with homelessness, mental illness, and drug addiction,” he said. He said provincial policies have been brought in that hurt “hard-working citizens, from shifting tax to consumers with the HST, to taking gaming funds away from charities, to cutting funding to arts and culture, to dismantling legal aid to the most vulnerable in our society, to crippling our court system.” “We have lost our way. We need to shift gears and put in a government that puts the interests of its citizens first. We need to bring in a government dedicated to social justice.” D’Eith would also like to address the agricultural land reserve issue, and wants to strike the right balance between protecting farmland and development. D’Eith has lived in Maple Ridge for nine years, is married, and has three children and two step-children in the Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows School District. He has volunteered with the Ridge Meadows Minor Hockey Association as a coach for four years.

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A new program offers people the opportunity to sponsor park benches at Golden Ears and Rolley Lake Parks. Make a mark on a B.C. park. British Columbians have an opportunity to make their mark at B.C. Parks – including Golden Ears and Rolley Lake – through a program celebrating 100 years of provincial parks. From the seashore overlooking the Pacific Ocean, to Golden Ears Provincial Park in Maple Ridge, to the grasslands of the Okanagan, and the soaring Rocky Mountains, the 100 park benches for 100 Years of B.C. Parks initiative gives visitors 100 new locations to sit down and enjoy the scenery. “The 100 park benches for 100 years project of B.C. Parks initiative is about engaging communities and businesses in B.C. Parks’ 100th birthday and giving them an opportunity to leave their own legacy in a park. Funds collected over and

above the cost of the benches will go back into the Park Enhancement Fund and will be used to improve park facilities across B.C.,” said Environment Minister Terry Lake. More than 140 potential bench locations are available alongside a trail overlooking a lake or viewpoint, or beside a playground. All money raised “The 100 park will fund more benches for 100 improvements to park facilities. years project The benches are of B.C. Parks made of recycled plastic “wood,” with initiative is arranged to about engaging planks contour the body. communities…” They also include metal armrests on Terry Lake each end to make them more accessible for those with mobility challenges who need a little more support. Individual benches will be available for sponsorship for $1,500. This includes installation and a bronze-casted plaque with a customized message or company logo. Sponsors will receive a charitable tax receipt for their contribution. Information, photographs, and maps are available online at www.bcparkbench.ca.

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ecker & Company lawyers are back at The TIMES. The hiatus has ended, and between our lawyers, we will endeavour to pen thoughtful, and occasionally amusing, columns on legal topics of interest to you. Some general commentary on lawyers, side-stepping lawyer jokes for now, at this point will help propel us into a “dialogue” on lawyers, trust, and parachutes. First of all, let’s all acknowledge that some folks view going to the lawyer the same way they face a root canal. Well, it needn’t be this way. Most people will need a lawyer just a few times in a lifetime; others more. Most often it’s to buy or sell a house, get a will drafted or probated, or sometimes, unfortunately, get a divorce. These services are what we call “personal legal services.” For the businessperson, a close working relationship with a business lawyer and other business advisers is critical to ongoing business success. The lawyer ensures the business is set up with the right structure wheth-

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Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows Times a summer business sizzler at the Kingfisher Bar & Grill from 5 to 8 p.m. The cost is $20 for members and $30 for nonmembers and includes one drink, appetizers, and a business networking opportunity. The guest speaker will be Greg Andrews. To register: 604-463-3366 or faith@ridgemeadowschamber.com.

Until July 30

• The first Downtown Maple Ridge Art Crawl presented by the Downtown Maple Ridge Business Improvement Association is underway. Local art is displayed at 20 downtown stores. Look for the “Stop Sign” on the window and find art inside, or print a “Art Crawl Map” from www.downtownmapleridge.ca. Info: 604467-2420.

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• The Pitt Meadows Museum presents Heritage Tuesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. Sessions are $7 each. Info and to register: Mallory at 604-465-4322 or email pittmeadowsmuseum@telus.net.

July 28

• The Chamber of Commerce serving Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows presents

• Hominum Fraser Valley chapter holds its monthly meeting, an informal discussion and support group to help gay, bi-sexual, and questioning men with the challenges of being married, separated or single. For information and meeting location, call Art-604462-9813 or Don 604-329-9760.

July 30

• The Maple Ridge Museum joins the Haney Farmers’ Market with a large dis-

play of the agricultural history of Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows. The market has lots of produce arriving: blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, cherries, and apricots as well as sweet peas, lettuces, striped beets, and white carrots. David Logan and Calvin Joy perform. Info: www.haneyfarmersmarket.org.

July 31

• The Pitt Meadows Farmers Market celebrates blueberries with a blueberry muffin bake off. Market visitors can bring in six of their favourite muffins by 11:30 a.m. and enter them into the contest. Bring along the recipe as well. Judging will be at noon. The market is in Spirit Square, 23007 Harris Rd. Info: www.haneyfarmersmarket.org.

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Jessica Wright took one for the team while Rage 99 catcher Marlee Grant looked on. The Maple Ridge Rage 99 squirts won gold at the B.C. Provincial Championships July 15-17.

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Football at the Fairgrounds On Saturday, Aug. 13 and Sunday Aug. 14, at the Albion Fairgrounds, the annual Knights of the Roundtable football tournament will give the Meadowridge Knights a chance to see how they stack up against 26 other teams from around B.C. • More online: www.mrtimes.com, click on “Sports”

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Rotary Duck Race Allison Campbell broke the record for total points in a single season.

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Ticket revenue key to speedskaters

Allison Campbell received an honorable mention All-American selection by the Association of Collegiate Water Polo Coaches. The Maple Ridge Secondary graduate and polo attacker racked up 56 goals in 33 games – 33 assists for a total of 89 points – the highest points on her team, the Terps. • More online: www.mrtimes.com, click on “Sports”

Organizations in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows that sold Rotary Duck Race tickets will get to keep between 50 and 100 per cent of the ticket sales.

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Tickets are now on sale for a WHL exhibition game held at Planet Ice in Maple Ridge on Saturday, Sept. 10 at 3 p.m. between the Vancouver Giants and Victoria Royals. Ticket sales bought online with a promotional code will make money for a local female minor hockey team. • More online: www.mrtimes.com, click on “Sports”

Send in your scores to smclaren@mrtimes.com

by Sylver McLaren Community youth groups in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows were invited to make money for their own organization by selling tickets for the Rotary Duck Race. One group did especially well and sold 200 tickets. Ridge Meadows Speedskating Association tries to raise about $10,000 a year to subsidize the ice costs, said RMSSA vicepresident Trish MacKay.

“I think it’s just fabulous,” exclaimed MacKay. “Originally we were told we would get to keep 50 per cent of the ticket sales, with the other portion going towards KidSport,” said MacKay. However, she heard that businesses have sold so many duck tickets that the participating groups might be able to keep 100 per cent of their own sales. If RMSSA gets to keep 100 per cent of the ticket sales that will be $2,000 or 20 per cent of the yearly fundraising efforts. “We usually do bottle drives, pub nights, raffles, and competitions, but this was so much better – better prizes can sell more tickets,” MacKay said. Bob Shantz, the race’s chief legal officer, said he hopes what MacKay heard will be true. “It’s a possibility, but it

Rotary Duck Race recipients A variety of kids groups have helped with the inaugural fundraiser:

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The speedskating club in Maple Ridge is one of 15 youth groups that will benefit from ticket sales of the Rotary Duck Race. will have to go to another Club was to sell 10,000 for committee for a final deci$10 each. The first $25,000 sion. We did say 25 per is to be donated to the cent to KidSport and the Maple Ridge chapter of balance to all the others,” KidSport. said Shantz. The remaining $75,000 “Every dollar that is support youth sports and made goes to the kids. Rotary youth projects One hundred per cent goes in Maple Ridge and Pitt to their sports activities,” Meadows and priority will Shantz added. be given to youth organThe original goal of the izations that participated Meadow Ridge Rotary in the Duck Race.

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Money made from the Duck Race will be used to provide support to youth sports and to Rotary youth projects in the community.

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Pitt Meadows U10 girls soccer team, the Rockets, is one of 15 finalists – nationwide – to be picked for the BMO Team of the Week contest. They are the only team in mainland B.C. to make it this far, and they need votes to win a $125,000 upgrade to a soccer field in Pitt Meadows. It’s easy for people to vote: they just have to go to www.bmosoccer.com; register their email address, name, age, and postal code; and vote for the Pitt Meadows Rockets. Coach Jamie Schwingenschloegl hopes locals will vote every day. The national contest encourages youth soccer teams between the ages of seven and 12 to submit their story, focusing on team pride, spirit, community commitment, and passion for the game. Now, the top 15 finalists have the chance to win the $125,000 grand prize and a trip to a Toronto FC or Vancouver Whitecaps FC soccer match. Four girls from the team, Kirsten Koellmel,

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The Rockets have a unique opportunity to win $125,000 towards fixing up a soccer field in Pitt Meadows. The Rockets are top (left to right) Danielle Lindenbach, Christina Jones, Deanna Raposo, Makenzy Schwingenschloegl, coach Jamie Schwingenschloegl, Shae Erlendson, and Madison Schmidt, with (bottom) Sierrah Burrows, Kelsey Tierney, Kirsten Koellmel, Taryn Antelek, and Sam Loge. Christina Jones, Madison Schmidt, and Makenzy Schwingenschloegl, gave a cheer at a recent Pitt Meadows council meeting, after Coach Schwingenschloegl gave a presentation about the contest. The team was selected out of a pool of 500 other teams because of the players’ outstanding attitudes on and off the field, he told council. These girls have grown from “five-year-olds doing ballet kicks on the field,” to the team they are today, said Schwingenschloegl, who has coached most of them for five years. The Rockets hosted

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WEN-G My life changed forever on July 29, 2010. I met the woman I want to grow old with. Its been our way from day one. Our two paths in life, becoming one. You’ll shoot the moon, put out the sun... When you love someone. And I love you, Wendi. Forever and always. Your G ==>XOXO<==

1085 Salvador, Brian 1946 - 2011 Words cannot adequately express our profound sadness as we announce the passing of a most wonderful man, Brian Salvador, who on July 20 lost his courageous battle with AML (leukemia) at VGH. Left to grieve is the love of his life, Judy (nee Ordog), wife of 29 years, daughter Ashley and son Kevin. Sharing in this grief is a large extended family and a very large contingent of loyal, long-term friends. Brian is predeceased by his parents Rose and Elidio Salvador, and recently a very special aunt and uncle, Betty Salvador and George Oliver. Brian grew up in Creston, BC and graduated from UBC in Vancouver, class of 1971, B.Comm. He began his career at Bank of Montreal and through his career moved through various positions at Vancity, HSBC and Telus. Brian exemplified the human part of human resources. He was warm, kind, funny, intelligent, had integrity and a strong work ethic. He was a gentleman in every sense of the word. In 2001, Brian opened his own business, Foot Solutions, in Port Coquitlam and for almost 10 years built its success through his innate caring and compassion for his customers. Above all, Brian was a family man. He was an amazing father and husband. We love you with all our hearts, and will miss you forever. A celebration of life will be held at 11:30am, Thursday, July 28th, at the Westwood Plateau Golf and Country Club at 3251 Plateau Bvld., Coquitlam. Ashley is running a marathon to honour her dad and to raise money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society, please consider donating by going to http://doiop.com/briansalvador.

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Financial Services

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S. Surrey/ White Rock

1 BR condo White Rock, nr Peace Arch Hospital, large patio, gas f/p. Good rental Income investment. No rental or age restrictions. Pets ok. Gym & amen room. Reasonable Strata fees. $272,000. Call 1% Realtor Jackie 604-805-3437

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Apt/Condos

8 LAGUNA Court, New West, 1300 sq ft, 2 BR, 2 bath, includes indoor pool, sauna, excerise rm and indoor prkg, $1650/mo, N/s, N/p, Avail immed. 604-644-3396

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Close to Lougheed Mall, S.F.U. & Transportation. office: 604- 936-3907

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Apt/Condos

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MUST SELL, 3 bdrm Rancher, 2 gas f/p, 2 baths, 18yrs old, room for RV, 23215 - 116A ave. $479,000. Call 604-463-0672

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Mobile Homes

Don’t be fooled by out-of-province Dealer Promises. Enjoy 10 yr. Extended Warranty. Local Service. Prices Approx. $70.00 sq. ft.

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1-800-339-5133 Mobile Homes Service Work Available 604-393-3087 Mobile Homes

Park Spaces Available Quality Manufactured Homes 1-800-339-5133

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Houses - Rent

NEW WEST. Reno’d 1 BR suite, new applis, flooring & fixtures. Rent is from $795. 604-724-8353

COTTONWOOD PLAZA 555 Cottonwood Ave, Coq

COQ. 1 BR, g/lvl, full bath, priv w/d. Ns/np. $800/mo incl hydro. Near bus. Immed. 604-761-9235

Large units some with 2nd bathroom or den. On bus routes, close to S.F.U. & Lougheed Mall.

HAMMOND PARK Clean 3 bdrm Rancher, fenced yard, h/w flrs, 4 appl., sundeck, carport. Refs, Aug 1, $1250 +util. 604-430-1830

office: 604- 936-1225

JUNIPER COURT 415 Westview St, Coq

Close to Lougheed Mall, all Transportation Connections, Schools & S.F.U.

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22588 Royal Crescent Ave, Maple Ridge Large units. Close to Golden Ears Bridge. Great view of River

office: 604- 463-0857 cell: 604- 375-1768

1030 - 5th Ave, New West Near Transportation & Douglas College. Well Managed Building.

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Domestic

2000 CHEVY Cavalier Sedan super clean. Low kms & a/c’d. Grt car at super low price. BCAA inspected $3,560. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 stk 12240 www.autofleet.biz

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Rooms

M. RIDGE priv rooms w/Wi-Fi & cable, shared kitchen, bath wd, start $450-$575, 778-893-2750 M RIDGE Room for rent, close to everything. $500 All inclusive, 778-862-3568

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MRIDGE 1 room $450 includes ldry & utilities, n/s, n/p, Avail August 1st. Call 604-363-0867

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Suites/Partial Houses

2 BDRM spacious bsmt suite + storage, new carpets, paint & appls. Share w/d. N/P, $950 incls. utils. Avail now. 604-466-6343

Call 604-630-3300 to place your ad

Automotive

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Mobile Homes

Mobile Homes Used S/W & D/W Quality Manufacturered Homes 1-800-339-5133 NEW SRI homes single, dbl & modular on display, Abby. Glenbrookhomes.ca 830-1960 NEW SRI Single and Double wides in Ruskin park with river views 604-830-1960 Repossessed mobile homes to be moved, 1974-2008, Chuck at Glenbrook.ca 604-830-1960.

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Okanagen/ Interior

EXCEPTIONAL LAKEVIEW Lots from $150,000. Owner wants to retire. Will carry financing. 1-250-558-7888 www.orlandoprojects.com

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Real Estate Wanted

Real Estate Wanted Investor looking for, Houses, Townhomes, Condos Call Calum 604-532-1923 or email: calums@shaw.ca.

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Recreation Property

KONA HAWAIIAN • Time Share 2 wks 1 year & 1 wk the next. A deal @ $6000 for both! Call ★ 604-583-5377

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Suites/Partial Houses

3 BR Upper, Pitt Meadows, sep entry. 2 bath, master br w/ensuite & computer room. 2 balcony, 1750sf, ns, np, share wd.Aug 1 $1295+%utils. 604-468-1443 3 BR upper, PoCo, Citadel area, nr bus & schls, own w/d, 3 appls, $1500/mo incls utils, N/s, N/p, 1 1/2 baths, Aug 1. 604-779-6893. BBY SFU, 2 BR, 1000sf, bright & clean, share washer. $850 + 50% utils. Ns/np. Now. 604-421-1196

Mobiles/Pads

MOTORHOME for rent on pad in RV Park, suit single, $550/mo + DD. Hide-Away Resort 604-463-4006

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2005 Pontiac G6 145k, $5500 obo. V6 Auto, Red ext, Black cloth int., PW, PM, CD, very clean, good tires/brakes, mechanically perfect. Call (778) 549-6743. S.Surrey.

3 BR or 2 BR suite, Maple Ridge pet ok, avail now 778-862-3568

BBY, SOUTH. Newer 1 BR, f/bath. No w/d, NS/NP. $700/mo incl hydro/cbl. 604-527-7793 CENTRAL M.R., 3bdrm, 1.5 ba main flr, approx 1200sf, sundeck, all appl, own w/d, $1450+ 2/3 utils. 1 BDRM + den ste. 1 full bath, priv entr, own w/d, patio, very large shrd fnce yard on 1/4 acre. $800 + 1/3 utils, Aug 1 or 15. N/S, no pets. Call 604-444-9964 PT COQ 2 BR, 5 Appls, $800 + utls. Near amens. Avail now. Nr Coast Mer/Prairie. 604-218-7660 SASAMAT LAKE. Bach in Belcarra. priv ent, incl util, appl, w/d, N/s N/p, $700. 604-936-9364

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Townhouses Rent

MAPLE RIDGE Brookside Gardens

3 BR newly renovated, carport, 5 appl, fenced yard, Avail Aug 1st ★Pets Welcome ★ *deposit required

778-835-0748 POCO 2 BR T/H $765 & $785/mo. Quiet-family complex, No Pets! Avail Now. Call 604-464-0034


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OVER A THOUSAND VEHICLES TO CHOOSE FROM

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1996 FORD F150 ext cab, straight 6, 5 spd, +winter tires,

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Sports & Imports

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Boats

11.5 FT Aluminum Boat, 6 hp Johnson mint, hypolon tubes, no leaks, $1300 obo. 778-908-9185

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1990 TOYOTA CELICA GT, 241,500 kms, 2nd owner, well maintained. $2500. 778-394-3197 1990 VW Conv . 4cyl, 5 spd, air cared till 07/12, 247K, great cond. $1900 obo, 604-794-3503

1991 BMW 735i Silver /Black lthr intr; loaded 6 Cyl , A/C’d, body excl, No acc’ds, 197,100 km Runs greatAll services BMW mechanics extras $4500 obo. 604-322-8644

STEVE TOWING SERVICES Scrap Car Removal. We Pay $$ for all cars. Call 778-316-7960

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1988 WINEBAGO LeSaro clss A 5 spd, air cared 80k km, 4 cyl, Exc on gas. $12,500. 778-855-5206

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8130 1989 TRAVELAIRE 29 ft new fridge. $8093 #UWT281. 604-856-5722. kustomkoachrv.com

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1993 TERRY 25’ 5th wheel, air & many extras too much to list. To be seen is to be appreciated. Selling for health reasons. 604-792-3403 or 604-316-1492

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CALL RICK GOODCHILD 604-551-9022 2001 MAZDA TRIBUTE, v6, 181k, very clean, no rust, $4700. Must See. 778-571-2203

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2003 BMW 320i 124,000kms. Leather interior, great condition, $10,500 negotiable. call 778-882-5076 or miriam@brunetteshowroom.com

1997 SPORTSMASTER 27 ft, filon ext. $14,375. #UWW2301. 604-856-5722. kustomkoachrv.com

Landscaping

HYDROSEED, BOBCAT & Landscaping services, retaining walls, fences. Call Dave, 604-808-9017

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2005 BMW 325I Sedan beautiful & locally owned. BCAA inspected & Carproof reports. $13,980 Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk12206.

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1980 DOUBLE Eagle. 18.5 foot. Mercruiser inboard/outboard. 4 cylinder. Includes Road Runner trailer. $2,500. Call 604-534-3323

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Painting/ Wallpaper

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Tim Stephens' Astral Reflections Aries March 21 - April 19: Ah, romance – Sunday (and the weeks ahead) bring a light, friendly, flirtatious, fun kind of attraction that you’ve never quite experienced before. (But you will, many times in the eight years ahead.) Depending on your age and situation, romance could be replaced by creative surges, sports, vacation, joys with children, or speculative pursuits. Remember, don’t start anything important before Aug. 26 – except this weekend’s love affair. (It will turn into a puzzler, but still worth it.) Tackle routine chores Monday/Tuesday. Relationships bless and puzzle, Wednesday onward. Taurus April 20-May 20: Delay big new starts until Aug. 26 onward. A sweet, beneficial aura settles over your home life, property issues, gardening, retirement plans, security concerns, and with parent-children issues and projects. (These are especially lucky Sunday.) Though you might feel a bit sluggish, the weeks ahead will be very active. Themes of beauty and love toy with your thoughts, like the breeze with a curtain, especially Monday/Tuesday. Old flames allure, then are gone. You can accomplish important (not new) chores Wednesday to Saturday, but be diplomatic, co-operative Friday/ Saturday. Gemini May 21-June 20: This week starts with a great weekend (July 30 and 31). Love and society’s approval seem to mix, though this takes place on a light, friendly note rather than with romance’s mad flush. Your conscience is pleased.A trip pleases, a friendship could blossom, Sunday or Wednesday/Thursday (and all month). Still, certain “disagreements” of belief, religion, law, philosophy lurk, and could spring out swiftly, Monday, Thursday or Friday. You’re prone to make casual comments which others take seriously. Start no new projects before Aug. 26 – they would fail. Money’s coming – bank it!

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Paving/Seal Coating

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2008 F-350 LARIAT S/C 4WD LWB (DVD) No acc’d, loaded Clean in/ out. BCAA inspected & Carproof $28,960. Auto Fleet 604-304-7653 www.autofleet.biz stk12172

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1999 KUSTOM KOACH 26’. bunks. $13,553. #UWW2301. 604-856-5722. kustomkoachrv.com

2008 TOYOTA Corolla, 5 spd, 31,000 kms, $10,500. 604-787-2048, 987-3308

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RV’s/Trailers

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Libra Sept. 23-Oct. 22: Start nothing new before Aug. Cancer June 21-July 22: Start nothing new before 26. Soon (next week onward) welcome faces from the Aug. 26. Stick with ongoing projects and relationships, past will enter, among them, perhaps, a former light or reprise past ones. (An acquaintance from the past romance. But this week (especially Sunday!) the accent might contact you.) The weeks ahead hold good money is fully on present company – social delights, light luck, especially in the spheres of property, family and romance, popularity, organizations, politics, conventions. friends. (Friends and conventions are excellent conduits Don’t make any big new relationships, though. You to employment or more clients his year – to June 2012 might have to make a choice over the month ahead, – if you’re seeking. But wait until Aug. 26 onward to seek between intimacy/sex and friendship. Bosses and VIPs the new. ) That money luck might “show up” Sunday, are impatient, temperamental for seven weeks: be Monday or Thursday. Wednesday starts seven weeks diplomatic! You’re the star, “in charge” Wednesday/ of sexual magnetism! Romance (only) beckons Friday/ Thursday! Speak up! Saturday. Scorpio Oct. 23-Nov. 21: Start nothing new, important Leo July 23-Aug. 22: Careful until Sept. 19 – legal before Aug. 26. Stick with ongoing people and projects, matters can work against you. In far travel, international, or reprise those from the past – especially in career cultural, educational and ethical areas, work with and status zones. A former boss, investor, or career role institutions and civil servants – otherwise, these zones might return soon. (Since you’re in a year of lucky money can restrict or burden you. For the immediate few weeks opportunities, this “return” might have a good money ahead – to Aug. 26 – avoid starting any major new benefit.) Your reputation is on the line, so have safety project. (Then, from Aug. 26 to Sept. 19, form plans to nets in place: Plan B, extra supplies, back-up machinery, take significant action in these zones – far travel, etc. etc. Keep your appointment calendar “slim.” People in – during the late September to Nov. 10 period.) Despite charge, authorities and parents treat you favourably. all these “wait” messages, your charisma, energy and Avoid legal hassles for seven weeks. mood climb mightily now, especially Sunday! Sagittarius Nov. 22-Dec. 21: A sweet, mellow month Virgo Aug. 23-Sept. 22: Avoid initiating new projects, of enlightenment, travel, culture, learning and love lies relationships or broad lifestyle changes before Aug. 26, ahead. You understand the need for a social or moral especially this week. (This week runs smoothly, but the code. Embrace wider learning, the hint of idea, rather indecision that a “new start” would cause could be deep than specifics (these can be all awry). Re-check details, and have repercussions beyond this month.) In general, addresses, money amounts now to Aug. 26 – and start you’re a bit tired for several weeks ahead. Spend this no new projects or relationships before then. If you’re time contemplating, resting, renewing old acquaintance, a student, wait until Aug. 26 onward to make you final resolving old hurts and putting your emotional and choice of courses, if you can. Sunday’s remarkable – love spiritual worlds on an even keel. You’re wise now, can is available, so is a great teacher! Ambition succeeds understand things that eluded you in previous years. Ads Acontinued Monday. Hopes and popularity soar Wednesday/Thursday. social contact will pique your sexual interest soon. on next page

Capricorn Dec. 22-Jan. 19: Start no new projects or relationships beforeAug.26.A very interesting month faces you, filled with quiet but potent mysteries, possibilities, financial keys, golden secrets, intimate bonds and lifestyle choices. And yet – you shouldn’t start anything new! The viable stuff will come from the past, or from ongoing situations. Keep an eye on indecision, missed deadlines, miscalculated profits…but do delve deep and see what’s there. (Especially Sunday, when money is “in the ground.”) Someone seriously contemplates letting you into their privacy. Hopes rise at week’s end. Aquarius Jan. 20-Feb. 18: The general accent lies on opportunity, fresh horizons, partnerships, agreements and disputes, negotiation and litigation. You generally like this area, you feel a certain life force or vivacity here. Sunday could be spectacular in these things – be open, forward, approach others, be diplomatic, eager to join. In some cases, love occurs! Remember, though, not to start anything new and important before Aug. 26. So those opportunities might come from the past, or the fresh air come from breaking old chains. Secrets yield profits Monday. Higher-ups are watching Friday/Saturday. Pisces Feb. 19-March 20: Separate routine chores from new, difficult or unfamiliar ones. Tackle only the former before Aug. 26. You might have to clean up an old mess, or re-assume a former employment role. A nice reward accompanies these activities. Co-workers are pleasant, affectionate. If someone offers you a different job Sunday, grab it! But DO NOT buy machinery, a car, electronics, etc. – even clothes – before Aug. 26. Your romantic scene is going to heat up soon. That’s better than chasing a money gamble that lures you. An ex-partner or spouse might appear – it’s short. Secrets midweek. timstephens@shaw.ca • Reading: 416-686-5014


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Thursday, July 28, 2011

Maple Ridge & Pitt Meadows Times

SEASONAL SUPER SALE

WITH AN ADDITIONAL * APPLIES TO ALL YELLOW TICKETED CLEARANCE ITEMS. SECOND ITEM MUST BE OF EQUAL OR LESSER VALUE. OFFER NOT VALID ON MARKS.COM IN-STORE STOCK ONLY.

For Him...

reg. $ 5999

$

29

99

(5CPDWRSU1-4010)

reg. $ 6499

$

NOW

32

LOOK AT THESE BOGO SAVINGS

Come in to our store & get your duck. Also available on July 31st, the day of the race at the Duck Race location, Maple Ridge Park.

QUAD COMFORT速 SPORT SANDALS NOW

LAST CHANCE TO BUY YOUR DUCK!

Walking Shorts

CLEARANCE PRICE

$

STK#9CZA51005

CLEARANCE PRICE

9 99

$

99

reg. $ 6999

$

34

ONLY

3

$ 00

Denver Hayes T-Shirts

Time: 10 am - 3 pm Race Starts: 1 pm

WITH BOGO

ONLY

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3

$ 00

Tanks & Muscle Shirts

(5CPDWRSU1-4011)

NOW

9

99

WITH BOGO

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99

7

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(5CPDWRSU1-4012)

WITH BOGO

ONLY

2

$ 40

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Maple Ridge Times July 28 2011