NOVEMBER 2, 2011
EVENTS / ANNOUNCEMENTS
“HAZELNUTS” Photo by Stephanie Berghaeuser
LITTER PICKUP and Awareness Week – October 29 to November 5. Quadra Rec and Viken Waste Management are encouraging everyone to “clean up the ‘hood”. Choose that road that really bugs you because of the litter problem and tackle it. Get bags from QCC, mark your name and number on them, pick up litter and deposit the bags beside your regular garbage, or take it to West Rd or the Back Rd and deposit it. Viken will come by and pick it up. Your name could get drawn to win groceries from Tru Value. THIS WEEKEND AT Q.C.C. (Nov 5-6) SATURDAY , 10:00 - 2:00 Penny Apple Photography’s Christmas Mini Sessions, phone 285-3976; Q.I. Quilters Marathon 9:00 - 8:00; SUNDAY Q.I. Quilters Marathon 9:00 - 4:00
NEXT WEEK AT Q.C.C. (Nov 711) MONDAY 8:30 Low Impact Fitness; 9:30 Parent & Tots; 10:00 Yoga with Josephine; 3:00 Sing for Pure Joy; 4:00 Chess; 4:30 Karate; 7:00 Spanish; 5:30 Boot Camp; 6:00 Weight Watchers; TUESDAY 9:00 Quilters; 10:00 Spinners; 3:00 Children’s Song Circle; 5:00 Yoga with Megan & Brenda; 7:30 Folk Dancing; 6:30 Belly Dancing; WEDNESDAY 9:30 Yoga with Carol; 10:00 Baby Clinic; 11:00 Parents & Babies; Noon Community Kitchen Lunch; 1:30 Flu Clinic 6:15 Yoga with Carol; 6:00 Body Sculpt with Marion THURSDAY 9:30 Parent and Tots; 9:30 Yoga with Brenda & Megan; 4:30 Karate; 5:00 Yoga with Brenda & Megan; 6:30 Quadra Singers; Friday 8:30 Low Impact Fitness; 8:00 Boot Camp; 10:00 Ball Class; 7:45 Friday Flicks, Biutiful LEGION REMEMBRANCE DAY Service – Everyone welcome November 11; please be seated by 10:45 am sharp. The Ladies Auxiliary are hosting a luncheon following the service. Initiations 4:30 pm; evening social 5 pm; dinner for members and spouse/ guest 6 pm. RSVP to Len Lamb 2853354.
CHRISTMAS CRAFT FAIR at QCC – Mark Friday, November 18 from 4 – 9 pm and Saturday, November 19 from 10 am – 3 pm on your calendars for the annual Craft Fair at the Community Centre. Santa will arrive on the fire truck at Noon on Saturday. SIDNEY WILLIAMS to perform at the Childrens Centre Fundraising dinner show. Fall into Winter in Herons November 19. $49 includes fantastic entertainment, delicious three course meal and donation. Reserve now! 2853322 JUST IN TIME for the season of entertaining. Cooking class with Chef Catherine Berg in Herons. Holiday Entertaining. Open new frontiers of entertaining ideas. Tuesday, November 22 at 6 pm. $65. LADIES AUXILIARY Christmas Craft and Bake Sale – December 3 at Quadra Legion Branch #154. Table rental is $10. Call Marilyn at 285-3354.
MEET THE CANDIDATES standing for election for Strathcona Regional District Area C regional director, incumbent Jim Abram, and Shawn O’Connor, Sunday, November 13 at 7 pm at the Quadra Community Centre. More info at 285-3243.
NON CE N’EST PAS ENCORE une collecte de bouteilles. C’est une collecte de viellles batteries d’auto. Levée de fonds pour les élèves de Quadra de septième en immersion française pour un voyage au Québec. Pour participer vous pouvez donner vos vielles batteries. Dépôt en tout temps à Quadra Storage 895 West Road. Les mettre dans la grande boîte verte en bordure de la rue près de la grande chaise en bois.
ANNA ATKINSON DUO, HBI Fireside Lounge. Wednesday, November 16. 8:30 pm right after U0f Q! $10 at the door. Anna plays viola, guitar, banjo and vocals, Zoe Guigueno; double bass and vocals playing Anna’s original music. www.annaatkinson.ca Limited seating.
IT’S HERE AT BOOK BONANZA! The Legendary Betty Frank: the Cariboo’s Alpine Queen. Betty’s story of growing up in coastal BC and becoming a teacher, guide outfitter, trapper, shake splitter, dog musher and entrepreneur in the Cariboo. An amazing memoir!
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EVENTS / ANNOUNCEMENTS CONT’D CRAZY GOOD TIME TIMES at the Heriot Bay Inn! November Friday night bands; Blue Kats, Hal Douglas Blues Band, Duffy Live, Intrigue. 9 pm HBI Pub. A place of warmth and laughter.
ELECTION SIGNS – It’s sad to see hard work vandalized. Keep them out of the landfill and ocean. During and after the election, please drop off all found signs to Waypoint Signs for return to candidates or proper recycling if beyond HUGE CONGRATULATIONS and repair. heartfelt thanks to everyone involved in Dick Whittington and His Wonderful SUBMITTING CLASSIFIED ADS for Cat! Special thanks to Karen Gair, Hungry Eye advertising couldn’t be Linda Hodgins, Anna Jopling and easier: Hand your classified ad to the Hilary Hansen for volunteering in the gas station clerk and pay CASH. Walk concession to help raise funds for away with your cash register receipt. Quadra Cat Rescue. Max. word count for a classified ad is 80 words. For DISPLAY ADS, contact Michelle Simms van Orden by email or phone. Visit www.thehungryeye.ca Leave the sparkle to me! for contact info and ad rates. Michelle always confirms receipt of emails.
CLEANING SERVICES Call Leslie at 285-2089
INSPIRATION TO CREATE, supplies to make work/life efficient, gifts for ages 1 month to 100 years! The awesome store with a little bit of something for everyone! New products coming in every week, check out Hummingbird Office and Art Supply. TERRY’S TAKE-OUT – We have burgers, fries and onion rings – hot dogs, chicken fingers, shakes, cones, coffee, tea, pop and hot chocolate! Open every day all winter long from noon to 7 pm. THE EYE’S “Island People & Places” isn’t just for kids. Use it for special birthdays, anniversaries, births, marriages, new business start-ups, etc. No charge. Please send your submission ideas to islandpeople@ thehungryeye.ca. Requirements include: a high resolution digital photo plus a very brief blurb when appropiate (60 word max.) Please do not submit advertisements for businesses to “Island People & Places.” MISPLACED YOUR FLYER? Tru Value specials – for both the Heriot Bay and Q-Cove stores – can be viewed online every week at www.hungryeye.biz
CASTLE PRINTING printed this issue of the Hungry Eye
GARAGE & YARD SALES ADVERTISE your garage/yard/moving sale in the Hungry Eye and you’ve put a personal invitation into every mailbox on Quadra Island. Is there a better deal for $6?
BOTTLED WATER VERSUS TAP WATER – WHICH IS BETTER? You might be surprised to learn that in most cases, there is no difference. Some people think bottled water is safer than tap water, but Canadian quality standards are similar for bottled and municipal water (this includes tap water). • Municipal drinking water systems are routinely inspected to ensure that the chemical and microbiological quality meets provincial standards. All water that meets or exceeds these standards is considered safe. • Bottled water labelled as ‘mineral’ or ‘spring’ water comes from underground water sources. Other types of bottled water may be made from public water sources, including tap water and well water. No matter where it comes from, bottled water sold in Canada is inspected and treated during manufacturing to remove harmful microorganisms, but it is not sterilized.
NO ENERGY FOR A GARAGE SALE? Try a classified ad for your bigger stuff. Only $6 + HST for 40 words or less and $15 + HST for 41-80 words. Count your words! There is no better way to sell an item on Quadra than in the Hungry Eye.
Individuals who get their water from a well should note that Health Canada recommends having their water tested regularly to ensure it is safe from bacteria or chemical contamination. It should also be tested if there is any change to the water’s clarity, color, smell or taste.
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It is best to use water from the cold water tap for drinking and cooking. Water from the hot water tap may contain more lead and other nonbiological contaminants because hot water can dissolve or leach them more readily.
Visit www.thehungryeye.ca to register for online delivery, submit “Island People & Places” photos, learn more about your advertising options, and view back issues of The Hungry Eye.
For more infor mation about nutrition, call 8-1-1 to speak with a registered dietitian, or visit www. healthlinkbc.ca/dietitian/ to send an email to Dietitian Services at HealthLinkBC.
THE HUNGRY EYE is published each week by THE HUNGRY EYE (Michelle Simms van Orden), printed on Quadra Island by Castle Printing & distributed free to Quadra mailboxes Wednesdays. The deadline for ad submission is 6 PM MONDAY for Wednesday’s publication. Also available online: www.thehungryeye.ca. FOR CLASSIFIED ADS: Pre-pay at the Petro-Can Station (Village Square) 7 days a week! Classified ad pricing: up to 40 words $6 + hst; 41-80 words $15 + hst. Max. 80 words for classified ads. Please count your words. Contact Michelle Simms van Orden at 587-987-5358 about display ads or inserts which are not processed through the gas station. Please do not leave display ads/inserts/or their payments at the gas station. The Hungry Eye reserves the right to refuse advertising. More ads than space? Time-sensitive ads take priority when space is tight. WITHOUT PREJUDICE. No responsibility is undertaken for any errors or omissions.
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NEXT DEADLINE: Before 6 PM MONDAY
How to place your
HUNGRY EYE AD WHERE? Take classified ads to the gas station with CASH ONLY payment. It’s simple: Submit your ad to any clerk. Your ad will be rung through the cash register and you will receive a receipt. Sorry! Cheques, credit cards, and debit cards cannot be accepted for Hungry Eye advertising at the gas station.
WHEN? Submit your classified ad at the
gas station 7 days a week, whenever the gas station is open. The deadline to make it into Wednesday’s issue is Monday by 6pm.
TIPS: 1) Type your ad or write it clearly
for best readability. Include instructions for when the ad is to run. (Letter-size paper works best! No small scaps of paper please. One ad per sheet.) 2) Check your word count. $6 + HST for ads up to 40 words; $15 + HST for ads 41–80 words. Ads over 80 words are not accepted at the gas station. Unsure about your word count? Check the handy wordcount form at the gas station. 3) Include your name & phone number (or email address) so we can contact you if vital information is missing from your ad.
EMAILED ADS are only accepted:
1) from people or businesses with Hungry Eye accounts, or 2) in an emergency when you can’t make it to the gas station by 6pm Monday. Follow-up cheque (including 12% HST) must be payable to Michelle Simms and mailed to Michelle Simms, Box 153, Q-Cove, BC V0P 1N0 by Wednesday. Emailed ads cannot be paid for at the gas station.
Grab more eyes with a display ad! Time is required to prepare new display ads; please contact Michelle with your requirements. Get in touch by noon Friday to make it into Wednesday’s issue. Display advertising cannot be processed at the gas station.
NEED MORE INFO? Advertising
rate card and more detailed instructions can be found at www.thehungryeye.ca. Or contact Michelle directly by email at email@example.com.
CLASSES / WORKSHOPS LEARN FROM YOUR NEIGHBOURS at the HBI Pub. U of Q: Wednesday, November 2 • Kayaking in Greenland with Rick Snowden. November 9 • Pyrotechnics in honour of the full moon with certified pyro-technicians Christi GUIDED MEDITATION and Kirtan Edwards and Doug Edwards. 7 pm. with L yssandra Christensen, Reiki Master. November 5 – 2 to 4 pm at TRADITIONAL FIRST NATIONS Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge. Join Lyssandra drum making – Christmas gift making! for a 2 hour guided meditation and November 19 – 10 am to 3 pm at Tsaintroduction to the magic of mantra Kwa-Luten Lodge. Jorge Lewis will (Kirtan chanting). $30 per person. teach you how to create a First Nation drum. All supplies provided. $165 per Registration required, 285-2042. person including a delicious lunch. NEW LOCATION! Fall yoga classes Registration required, 285-2042. with Brenda Dempsey and Megan Foss at the Quadra Island Community Centre Room 3 from Oct. 4 to Dec. 12. REAL ESTATE / RENTALS Tuesdays: 5 to 6:30 pm, Thursdays: 9 am to 10:30 am and 6 to 6:30 pm. S M A L L C A B I N F O R R E N T o n All levels. Call 250-285-3054 or yoga@ waterfront property in Heriot Bay. brendadempsey.com $400 per month. For more information please contact Heather at 250-285WEIGHT WATCHERS. It’s not too late 3509 to join! Don’t miss out on the program that helps you get healthier. Losing TWO BEDROOM waterfront suite in weight helps lower blood pressure and Q-Cove. Spectacular view of Discovery cholesterol, can reverse or prevent Channel. Spacious 2 bedroom, one diabetes, lowers risk of heart disease, bath in quiet neighbourhood. W/D and you’ll look and feel better and hookups; shared hydro. No pets please. have more energy. Aren’t you worth it? References and deposit required. Join us Monday, November 7 at 6 pm Available November 1. Call 285-3765. sharp at QCC for registration and to learn how you can get started. Weekly WATERFRONT HOUSE for rent. Very meetings Mondays from 6 to 7 pm at quiet and secluded area available December 1 to May 31 only. Utilities QCC. 202-5029. included except phone. Has cable, SELF-PROTECTION FOR WOMEN internet and furniture. Non-smoking. with James Chen. November 12 – 2 N o p e t s , p l e a s e . $ 8 0 0 / m o n t h . to 4 pm at Tsa-Kwa-Luten Lodge. References will be requested. Call Learn the principles and psychologies 285-3242. behind self-protection complete with discussions and practices. A Q&A ONE BEDROOM CABIN almost ready period ends the session. Cost is $30 to rent. Wood heat. $550 plus Hydro. per person. Registration required, Call Ted at 285-3585. 285-2042. ZUMBA WITH GLORIA – Friday, November 4 at Quadra Community Centre from 7 to 8 pm. Cost is $5. Need water, workout clothes and be ready to have fun! Drop in welcome!!
DON’T FORGET! It’s time to fall back... Daylight Savings Time ends November 6, at 2:00 am Hungry Eye – November 2, 2011 • 3
SERVICES NEED HELP with your housework? Call Anna or Joyce. $20/hour includes cleaning products (except vacuum and mop). Joyce at 285-3827 or Anna at 285-3553.
GUTTERS. GUTTERS. GUTTERS. Hedefine Contracting, Discovery Islands’ roofing specialists, does 5”, K-style continuous gutters. Island convenience. Call 285-2866 for all your roofing and gutter needs.
BUY / SELL / TRADE BUTTER YELLOW LEATHER COUCH – well used but fine for cottage or rec room – $75 – call 285-2739. I NEED 450 POUNDS of clean scrap lead for sailboat ballast. Will pay 70 cents per pound. Phone 285-3809 BIODYNAMIC CRANIOSACRAL Therapy at Quadra Wellness Centre in Q-Cove. Relieve tension and restore health through this gentle, but deep, hands-on therapy. Treats whole person: Nervous system, skeletal system, soft tissue, emotions, etc. Juliana Grubwieser, BCST – 285-2787. NOLE CREEK SAWMILLS: milling, moulding, kiln drying, all to your specific requirements. Speciality beams to 32 ft, siding, flooring & much more. Your logs or mine. Free local pickup and delivery. Call Greg 285-2762 Website: www.nolecreeksawmills.com Prompt, professional service TQ journeyman
Ron Lolacher Contracting
Complete Construction Services Site Preparation to Design & Building Fine Finishing & Carpentry
Cell: 250-830-3982 • jseﬀzig@gicable.com
LOST & FOUND ALL FOUND ITEMS RUN FREE (once only/40 words or less) in the Hungry Eye. If you find a pet or other item, please try to locate its owner - your kindness won’t cost a dime. Deadline: before 6 pm Mondays at the gas station or email (firstname.lastname@example.org) No items by phone, please.
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(Powell River Queen) 10 min. crossing
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(home) 250 285-2203 • (cell) 250 287-0786
Chris Phillips 285-3040
Renovations • Custom Designed Decks Complete Interior Finishing
THE WATER GUY: Water systems by certified environmental operator. Well water analysis: sales, service and installation of: ultraviolet treatment systems: filtration products; pumps, pressure & well equipment; specialty pump sales. Quadra, Cortes and beyond. Q-Cove, 285-3744/830-3744/ email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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the season’s favourites from Tru Value
PRICES EFFECTIVE NOVEMBER 2 - 8 While Quantities Last
Prime Rib Roast $5.99 /lb
Fresh COOKED PERFECT COMPLIMENTS Honey Garlic Italian Style Naturally-Smoked
Roasting Chicken $2.49 /lb
McCAIN’S Thin Crust or Rising Crust
2 for $12
Raisin Bread $3.49
Canned Fruit 2 for $4 Assorted 398ml
Raw Blue Agave Nectar
Stuffed with Feta
Medium Salsa $3.99
Soup Mixes Italian Breads Assorted for $ 3 5 2 for $5 Assorted 40-83g
Chocolate Milk Cottage Cheese $3.49
1% or 2%
Dry Cat Food $11.99
White or Whole Wheat
NUTS TO YOU
Apple Pie $3.99
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Almond Bark $1.69
Raw Energy Mix
Bottle Returns in November will be Donated to Quadra Food Bank STORE HOURS: Sunday - Thursday 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Friday and Saturday 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
HERIOT BAY 250-285-2436
Q. COVE 250-285-3391
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