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Peter Defeo shares the spirit of Santa at the Nelson Community Band Christmas Concert on December 13. The band rehearses Tuesday evenings and welcomes new members in 2012. For more information on joining, contact conductor Clinton Swanson at 250-352-6119.

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Community directed youth funds program Columbia Basin Trust (CBT) is pleased to announce the first communities participating in its new Community Directed Youth Funds (CDYF) program. CDYF aims to support services for youths ages 12-19 by providing each area with $100,000 over four years to increase activities, opportunities and services. The program will be available to the remaining Basin communities over the next two years. “We are very excited to be putting funds in the hands of communities to benefit youth in their specific regions,” said Wayne Lundeberg, CBT, Director, Youth Initiatives. “These first communities demonstrated a readiness to come together in a collaborative manner to set priorities, address issues in their regions and enhance activities and services for their youth.” Six pilot communities and their surrounding areas that will begin the program this winter are: Revelstoke, Golden, New Denver/Silverton, Salmo/Ymir, Crawford Bay/Riondel, and Montrose/Fruitvale/Beaver Valley. “Our community is incredibly excited by the opportunity to enhance

our youth services,” said Daniel Seguin, Crawford Bay and Riondel Area. “We look forward to working together and with CBT, to find the common ground on which consensus can be built as to where to direct the funding. It’s definitely an inspiring time on the East Shore.” The program is intended to bring added value and provide resources to communities that show the desire and ability to work together to identify and address issues in their youth communities. Four more communities who submitted successful Expressions of Interest will begin the program in the spring of 2012. They are: Nelson/ Harrop/Proctor, Trail/Warfield, Rossland and Kimberley. The next deadlines for Expression of Interests from communities are March 16 and October 31, 2012. Guidelines and applications are available at www.cbt.org/youth. For more information please call Wayne Lundeberg at 250-304-1625 or email cdyf@cbt.org with “subscribe to CDYF info” in the subject line to receive program updates.

Nelson Police drug bust On December 19th, 2011, a Controlled Drugs and Substances Act search warrant was executed on a residence in Nelson, BC. A substantial amount of cocaine, worth an estimated $40,000.00 on the street, was seized as well as steroids, marihuana, and a large sum of Canadian currency. A 27 year old male, who is known to police, was arrested at the scene, and later released. Police are recommending charges of Possession of a Controlled Substance for the purpose of traf-

ficking, possession of a prohibited weapon, and possession of a weapon contrary to a prohibition order against the male. He is scheduled to appear in Nelson Provincial Court on March 6, 2012. Charges of possession of a controlled substance for the purpose of trafficking are also pending on the 23 year old female resident of the house. Howie Grant, Sergeant Nelson Police Department (250) 354-3919

Thirteen-year-old Kyra Burkart explored her local watershed recently and got a closer look at Anderson Creek near Nelson. She joined other Grade 8 students from Trafalgar Middle School who participated in Know Your Watershed, a Columbia Basin Trust water-stewardship initiative. Kyra and the rest of the students did water quality testing and toured local water treatment facilities as part of the day-long field trip. Learn more at www.cbt.org/water.

Small businesses have big impact Nelson business owners came out in force to attend a “Grow Your business” workshop, co-hosted by the Nelson and District Chamber of Commerce and the Women’s Enterprise Centre. The interactive workshop focused on providing tips and tools for businesses to successfully navigate a growth phase. The Nelson and Area Economic Development Partnership sponsored area businesses to attend a variety of workshops at a reduced rate all month long. A total of 188 new and existing business owners took part in

small business month courses and seminars throughout the Central Kootenay region. A small business expert is available every Thursday in Nelson for free 1:1 sessions with existing and new business owners. “If you have a business issue you want to discuss, whether it’s human resources, marketing or growth, or even if you have a business idea you want to toss around, we’re here to help,” says Wiest. To set up your free appointment in Nelson, please call Lisa at 250-3521933 x100.


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Turkey Dinner Lethargy belief that it is the trypto- sleepiness is the combinaphan in turkey that enduces tion of what and how much the post-Christmas dinner has been consumed during slump, scientists believe that the dinner. A Christmas dinturkey has nothing to do with ner is generally very rich sleepiness. Tryptophan only in foods containing carbohyworks on the brain when drates (for example potatoes it is ingested on an empty and bread). The carbohystomach and not compet- drates stimulate the pancreing with other proteins and as to secrete insulin which amino acids. Furthermore, results in a relative increase the amount of tryptophan in in the amount of tryptophan a normal serving of turkey, in the bloodstream. This (333 mg tryptophan per 100 g increase in tryptophan then of turkey), is not much high- helps the body produce seroer than the amount of trypto- tonin. Alcohol also acts as phan in chicken, pork, beef or a Level sedative and anyone who Difficulty - Easy cheese. What is more likely consumes a glass of wine to cause of the post-dinner or two during the meal will

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Arts&Entertainment The Alan Kirk Band makes music video in Nelson Thursday, Dec. 29, 8 p.m. at the Royal Homegrown record label Phonic Records and the Royal present The Alan Kirk Band and the Rippin’ Rattlers. This is going to be a big night folks! Not only are these bands going to show you a good time, but they’re also filming the event and making a new music video for the Alan Kirk Band. Both acts bring a lot of energy to the stage and will have you dancing. It’s going to be a special night for these two bands and those who come to enjoy the show....and, of course, a fantastic night of music! Tickets $5-$10 sliding scale.

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Opinion&Editorial Fish Heads and Flowers Flowers to people facing their first Christmas without a loved one. Signed: Been there

Flowers to the grand people of Nelson. We as a community like to think that we’re special, and we are. the individuals of this comFlowers to munity, live, create, and Grandmothers who go have a world vision for the extra mile when dec- Nelsons’ Future, other orating their house and than Nelson. We should making cookies. The kids are always super excited all congratulate ourselves on being compassionate every year. visionaries, who stand Signed: Full off behind our committment cookies for a better place for our children, and anyone Fisheads to people else who resides here. who do not shovel their Flowers to all who manisidewalks. I live uphill and wlak down hill every fest positive change for 2012 and beyond. day with kids. Icy sidewalks are super dangerous Signed: Optimistic for Signed: please shovel the future

New Years reflections As the New Year approaches, we reflect back on 2011, politically and socially chaotic year filled with global natural disasters, from the massive earthquake and tsunamis in Japan to extreme flooding and storms on the East coast of the United States. In October the mass Occupy Wall Street protests in New York City fueled a social wildfirewhich quickly spread throughout the world, even reaching our small town here in British Columbia and raising ques-

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tions in people about uninhibited corporate power and greed, particularly within financial institutions. Looking forward into 2012, we can only hope that the uprisings and protests around the world in 2011 will be taken to heart by governments and political powers everywhere, boosting both economic stability and inspiring positive social change while instigating global compliance and support in nurturing the declining planet upon which we exist.

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Publisher’s Note: Nelson Becker

Tis’ the seaon for giving, and receiving

Of course it feels good to give, and it feels good to get. Do you have memories of being four years old and your aunt Betty comes over to visit? She has a gift for you. And it is all wrapped up with a nice bow. The card is then read to you, you take the gift and try to get into it as soon as possible. But your mother stops you and says, “What do you say to your aunt?” And you say, “Thank you Aunty Betty.” Who got satisfaction in that scenario? Not you. As the child, all you wanted to do was open the present. Not Aunty Betty, she was happy to just give. Either

your mother was satisfied because she got to transmit those words that every mother has said since time began, “What do you say?” This is the time of year when Santa does much of the giving. But Santa is not there to receive the thanks. For Santa, thanks is knowing that all the little boys and girls have been good in the previous year. Parents have an opportunity to watch the joy in their child’s face. They secretly get their thanks quietly. May this be a season of anonymous giving. May “thank yous” not be given to the giver, but to the universe that has provided us with so much.

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Patrick Joseph O’Neill June 21, 1958 - December 12, 2011

Teresa Maria Pulice

Teresa Maria Pulice of Nelson, British Columbia, passed away on Monday, December 19, 2011 at the age of 86 at Kootenay Lake Hospital after a brief illness. Teresa was born on January 21, 1925 in Aprigliano, Cosenza, Italy. She came to Canada in 1962 where she settled in Nelson with her family until her death. She is predeceased by her husband Angelo (1988), her brother Alberto and an infant daughter. Teresa is survived by her daughters Assunta Pulice and Marcella Zahn (Ronald) of Montrose. Grandson Michael (Melissa) and Granddaughter Emily. Brother-in-law Alberto Pulice, sister-in-law Josephine Porco (Frank) and Pamilina Crocco. Sisters Elena Capo (William) in Toronto and Rita Morelli Ciacco in Italy, along with several nieces and nephews. Teresa loved her fam-

ily, gardening and baking. She was a generous and caring person, and she will be sadly missed. Our hearts are broken, but we know she is no longer suffering. Rest in Peace Mom, Forever. We Love You Prayers will be held on Thursday, December 22, 2011 at 7:00 PM at the Cathedral of Mary Immaculate. Funeral Mass will be celebrated on Friday, December 23, 2011 at 10:00 AM at the Cathedral of Mary Immaculate with Father Jim Ratcliffe as Celebrant. Interment will follow at the Nelson Memorial Park Cemetery. As an expression of sympathy, donations may be made to the Kootenay Lake Hospital Foundation, 3 View Street, Nelson, BC, V1L 2V1. Funeral Arrangements are under the direction of Thompson Funeral Service Ltd. Online condolences may be expressed at www.thompsonfs.ca

With sad hearts the family of Pat O’Neill announces his passing after a heroic struggle With a neurological disease. He is loved and missed by his family: mother Louise, siblings Sheila and Mike (Lori); daughter Jessica; and nieces and great nephews. He lived his life without excuses and travelled the world to prove that Budweiser has the same taste on every continent.

For those who knew him, Pat, this Bud’s for you. Special thanks to the Balfour Harrop First Responders for their help at the scene. There will be no service by request. Cremation has taken place at the Nelson Crematorium. Funeral arrangements are under the direction of Thompson Funeral Service Ltd. On line condolences may be expressed at www.thompsonfs.ca

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Stickybuds w/ Deeps. Spiritbar. 10 p.m. From the funkafied west coast of Canada, Stickybuds has been making his mark on music all over the globe, captivating fans on tours in Brazil, UK, Hungary, Spain, Australia and New Zealand. Tickets $10 at the door. Vortex. The Royal. 8pm. Cover $5-$10 sliding scale at the door. Featuring musicians from Wassabi Collective, PANDA, LINT, and many other amazing special guests. Every Vortex show is scultped live on the fly for your dancing pleasure! All Request DJ. Finley’s Irish Bar and Grill

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Thurs. Dec. 29

Phonic Records Showcase w/ The Alan Kirk Band & The Rippin Rattlers. The Royal. 8pm - Tickets $5-$10 sliding scale. Not only are these bands going to show you a good time, but they’re also filming the event and making a new music video for the Alan Kirk Band. Kiyo Elkuf and friends at the Library Lounge. 6p.m. to 10 p.m.

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Erica Dee with Dj Rhapsody. The Royal. Doors 9pm - Tickets $10 available at Royal Espresso and www.liveattheroyal.com. Erica Dee will be bringing a full live set filled with R&B, Hip-Hop, Reggae, Soul, funk...the perfect way to soul yah soul this holiday! All Request DJ. Finley’s Irish Bar and Grill

Niko at the Hume Library Lounge. 6p.m. to 10p.m. Sat. Dec. 31 Karaoke. Finley’s Irish Bar and NYE with Vinyl Ritchie, Foxy Grill. 9p.m. Moron & BC Dub Cats. The Mon. Dec. 26 Spiritbar. Known for his party Boxing Day Bender feat. Billy rockin style and loyalty to vinyl, Bangers vs. Django & Erica Dee. he gets it going every time. Tickets The Spiritbar. 9 p.m. It’s the 8th $20 at the Hume front desk Annual and still continues to be New Year’s Eve Tie Dye Ball w/ the most party rockin’ night of the Blackberry Wood & Shred Kelly. year, every year. First come first The Royal. 6 p.m. The Royal is serve. No advanced tickets hosting a New Year’s party. We Sarah & Rich at the Library are going to transform the Royal into a psychedelic treat for your Lounge. 6 p.m. to 10p.m. eyes, and, of course, your ears. Tues. Dec. 27 Three crazy HIGH energy bands Cliff Maddix and friends 6p.m. and one fantastic DJ. Be there dressed in your finest psychedellic The Library Lounge threads!! Tickets $25 available at Wed. Dec. 28 Royal Espresso, www.liveattheVariety Shows w/ Estevan and royal.com and Eddy Music Tracy Lynn. The Royal. 8:30 p.m. Sun. Jan. 1 Come to listen, come to play! The Niko at the Hume Library stage is open. Lounge. 6p.m. to 10p.m. Paul Landsberg at the Library Karaoke. Finley’s Irish Bar and Lounge. 6p.m. to 10p.m. Grill. 9p.m.

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ongoing events

St. John’s Lutheran Church Service. Everyone welcome to Alzheimers/ Dementia Caregiver 4p.m. worship. 321 Silica St. 250support group meetings. 2nd 354-3308 Wednesday Monthly. 7 p.m. Nelson United Church Service. Call 250-352-6788 or email Lhoskin@alzheimerbc.org for 10 a.m. All are welcome. 602 Silica St. 250-352-2822 more info. Cribbage at the Legion beverage Downtown Nelson Local Market. 400 block of Baker St. 9:30a.m. - room, 12:45p.m. 250-352-7727 3p.m. Ascension Lutheran Church Nelson Women’s Centre Drop- Service 10:15a.m. 1805 Silverking in. Noon - 4p.m. Free clothing and Rd. All are welcome. 250-352-2515 food. 420 Mill St. 250-352-9916 Quaker Meetings at 723 Ward Darts at the Nelson Legion. St. Upstairs. 10a.m. 250-3543859. Everyone welcome 7:30p.m. 250-352-7727 Texas Hold’em Poker at the Thursdays Nelson Legion. 12p.m. Last Feldenkrais ‘Awareness Through Sunday of every month. 250-352Movement’ Classes. Winlaw 7727 Whole School 7-8pm. First Class Mondays Free. Tyson 226-6826 Scottish Country dancing 7 to 9 Nelson Women’s Centre. Droppm at the Central School Gym, in. Noon - 4p.m. Free clothing and 811 Stanley Street. For more info food. 420 Mill St. 250-352-9916 contact Kathy at 359-7545 or June Toastmasters: Improve your at 352-1836. public speaking, communication Pool Table Nights, Finley’s Irish and leadership skills. 2nd and 4th Bar and Grill Thursday of every month. www. toastmasters.ca Heritage Harmony Barbershop Acupuncture for Addictions. Free Chorus. Welcoming anyone! Tim drop-in clinic. 9:30a.m. Located at 250-825-9694 or John 250-352333 Victoria St., 2nd Floor. 250- 6892 505-7248 Drum Circle! Every 1st and 3rd Monday of the month. 6:30p.m. Fridays - 8:30p.m. 3374 South Slocan Gender Outlaws, a support and Village Rd. Old Church Hall. social group for trans and gender Beginners welcome. Joel 250diverse folks. 250-354-5362 226-0068

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Saturdays

Meat Draws at Nelson Legion. 3:30p.m., in beverage room with Karaoke after. 250-352-7727 The Nelson Scrabble Club meets at 1p.m. For further information, please call 250-352-6936

Tuesdays

Nelson’s Parkinson Support Group meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, 1:30 pm at 701 Gordon Road (in Christie Lee Hall). Contact Bob at 250-2292272. Sundays Breast Cancer Support Group. Community First Health CoRC Electric Buggy and truggy op, 518 Lake St. Noon on every dirt track racing, at 6 mile North 4th Tuesday. Alice 250-352Shore, 11a.m. jdnelsonrc@gmail. 6223Nadine 250-359-7777 com


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Pets & Livestock

PSYCHIC READINGS WITH Rubiyah Ratna,BFA,MFA, experienced meditator and clairsentient reader for over 30 yrs. 250-352-4647

NURSES & CERTIFIED Care Aides - Bayshore Home Health is seeking casual on-call care providers in the Nelson area. If you are empathetic, flexible, have an outstanding work ethic, reliable vehicle and are committed to exceptional client care, we want to hear from you. Resumes to shgeekie@bayshore.ca

LARGE DOG CRATE. Black metal fold down style with side mount water dish. $50.00. 250-551-5501

Automotive-Cars

98’ SUBARU LEGACY Wagon, AWD, 5-Speed, Great Condition, Winter & Summer tires/rims, 195,000km., $4,200, 250-229-5742

Automotive-Tires/ Parts/Other

4 MICHELIN ALPIN tires 235/75R15. Mounted on Ford rims. Will fit F150 or Explorer. $100 Ph.250-352-7144 LIKE NEW 4 Hankook winter tires on rims. 185/65R14 90T. Suits Ford Focus. $300 obo. 250-352-5434.

Beauty

SELKIRK COLLEGE’S ESTHETIC program offers facials, foot care, waxing, nail care and brow and lash services at competitive rates. Gift certificates available. Call 250.354.3290 to book an appointment, Mon-Wed. 9:00 am - 3:30 pm.

Health & Fitness

TECHNICA ROLLERBLADES LADIES size 6.5;aluminum frame; Used ~ 15 times; $120 OBO (pd $240); 250-359-5971

House Sitting

PROF. FEMALE IS available to housesit/petsit, do light housekeeping, water plants. Excellent references. smith. sheri@yahoo.com

Misc. for Sale

M U LT I - AT TA C H M E N T ROTARY TOOL System. See Canadian Tire 54-4770-4 . Mastercraft Maximum. As new. $60 250-352-1140

Music & Dance

BACH TR300 TRUMPET for sale. Excellent student instrument. $200 obo. Please call 250-352-1794. YAMAHA ‘STAGE CUSTOM Advantage’ Drumkit. All cymbals and hardware included! Excellent condition. $1500 all in. 250-352-6784 ELECTRONIC ROLAND DRUMS with 500w Vdrum amp $1.700.00 250-509-0388

Rentals

FURNISHED CABIN, 5 min to Nelson, for one person. Available Jan 1st $600/mo plus utilities. 250-354-0299 LOOKING FOR ROOMMATE to share home 8 min from baker st. Available immediately or Jan 1st. 250-5052851 NEW BACHELOR SUITE, Uphill, $625 includes utilities. NS/NP/FS. Quiet, mature person preferred. References required. 250-352-1951 LARGE 2 BDRM basement suite, Rosemont, Nelson, NS, W/D, available now, 925.00 includes utilities 250-3544257 CRAWFORD BAY: LARGE 3 bedroom house $650.00 plus electric N/S Referrences/ credit check required 250505-2555

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CRAWFORD BAY: ‘THE Barn’ attractive rustic studio/storefront, rent somewhat negotiable depending on use. 250-505-2555

Shared Accom.

ROOM FOR RENT in Lower Fairview to NON SMOKER. Vegetarian preferred. $375. Bob 250-352-6317

Sports Equipment

BLACK DIAMOND DRIFT skis 186cm. New and unmounted, asking $550 OBO (paid $700) call 250-352-1806

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