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Travelling at a high rate of speed toward Vernon, a wouldbe car thief got a surprise when the car started slowing down on its own in Spallumcheen. Turns out the man had taken an RCMP bait car from the Salmon Arm area. The Vernon detachment was notified of the bait car activation at around 9 p.m. Saturday, and that the car was heading to Vernon at a high speed. “A police dog service handler and his dog went out toward Armstrong and set up, and when the vehicle went past them, they called to have the bait car shut down,” said Vernon RCMP spokesman Gord Molendyk. “That happened near Eagle Rock Road on Highway 97A.” When officers are in close proximity to a bait car, they will ask to have the car shut down when it’s safe to do so. In this case, the vehicle had slowed and was on a straight stretch of highway when the call to activate the bait car’s kill switch was placed. “It’s very much like running out of gas,” said Molendyk. “The kill switch on the vehicle kills the engine, but it still functions so the driver can pull it over.” The lone male occupant was arrested on the spot. Had he chosen to run, the police service dog was ready to give chase. The man, 43, from the Kelowna area, was also determined by RCMP to be intoxicated. He was slated to appear in Vernon Provincial Court Monday to face charges of possession of stolen property, impaired driving and breach of a court order, which had the provision that the suspect was not to be alone in a vehicle unless the vehicle’s owner is present.
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Vernon firefighter Reinhard Mann gets his moustache shaved off by Holly Deleenheer, of O’Haira’s Salon, Monday. The event was part of the Movember fundraiser to promote prostate cancer awareness.
A hair-raising fundraiser JUSTIN SEWARD Morning Star Staff
There were some cold upper lips at the Vernon fire hall Monday, but it was all for a good cause. Twenty-one firefighters shaved off their moustaches so they can regrow them as part of Movember, a campaign raising funds and awareness for prostate cancer in November. “It feels cooler and draftier after 23 years of donning it,” said Reinhard Mann when asked how he felt after having his moustache trimmed off. Each November, Prostate Cancer Canada encourages men to grow moustaches as part of the fight against cancer. The cause is personal for Jeff Carlisle, Vernon’s fire chief. “A mentor of mine and an ex-fire chief who gave me the career of my life, had prostate cancer and died from it,” said Carlisle who lost his moustache
Monday. “I have had mine for 30 years, 23 years with the military and being overseas.” Mann wholeheartedly supports the Movember campaign. “It’s perfect and it’s a good cause,” he said. “We’re giving up a little to help people with prostate cancer.” It didn’t take much convincing to bring firefighters on board. “If one guy does it around here you should buy in as the group doesn’t let you off the hook easily,” said Kim Bolton. “I’ve known a couple of patients that died and it’s nice to contribute some funds back.” Vernon firefighters will gather pledges during November. For information on Movember and Prostate Cancer Canada, go to www.ca.movember.com.
Enderby motorists aren’t using a roundabout and that has politicians going in circles. Council decided Monday to ask the RCMP to monitor Cliffview Drive because residents are avoiding the roundabout, which was constructed in 2008, and using a more dangerous route. “It was constructed to ensure safe passage for people in that area,” said Coun. Howie Cyr. “We want to ensure people are using it and not circumventing the roundabout.” Instead of the Howie Cyr roundabout, many motorists continue to use Johnston Street, which includes a sharp curve. “I guess they think it’s quicker but it’s not as safe,” said Mayor Dee Wejr, adding that city staff has taken measurements of the routes. “It takes about 20 seconds longer to use the roundabout.” Cyr also has concerns about the Johnston Street intersection. “That corner was probably not well engineered in the first place,” he said. “It’s such a sharp corner to negotiate.” However, Cyr understands why some people are continuing to use Johnston Street. “People have been doing the alternative for a long time,” he said. “It would be good if people adopted use of the roundabout.” That portion of Johnston Street can’t be closed because the road provides access to many homes. Wejr hopes that a stepped up police presence will change the habits of Enderby motorists. “We’re asking that it be targeted for enforcement,” she said of the Cliffview/ Johnston area. The roundabout cost about $300,000 to construct.
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News New school dazzles students, staff RICHARD ROLKE Morning Star Staff
It was a day they had long anticipated. With principal Tracy Godfrey in the lead, a long line of students and teachers snaked its way from the old Coldstream Elementary and to the new school just a few feet away on the Kalamalka Road site Monday. â€œItâ€™s thrilling, weâ€™re making history,â€? said Godfrey. Walking down the halls was overwhelming for students, particularly after observing construction from the outside since June 2009. â€œIt looks like an airport. Itâ€™s huge,â€? said Ayla Winston, who is in Grade 7. Itâ€™s anticipated the new library â€” with its open concept and rows of books â€” will be popular. Standing on the main floor, you can look down into the library on the lower level. â€œItâ€™s cool,â€? said Nick Demetrick, a Grade 7 student. In Shawna Buffieâ€™s Grade 2 class, there were plenty of distractions including a new reading area and a sink with a water fountain. â€œOur cubbies are in here and we have new desks,â€? said student Sarah Boyd. But it wasnâ€™t just students fascinated by the unfamiliar surroundings.
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David Ivanoff carries a chair from the old school to his Grade 1 class in the new Coldstream Elementary Monday. â€œThe first few times I came in here, I was so excited that I didnâ€™t
get anything done,â€? said Grade 1 teacher Isabel Alberto of her new
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classroom. Among the highlights are the natural colours on the walls and the sunlight streaming in through large windows. â€œItâ€™s a nice, relaxing space,â€? said Alberto. Saying goodbye to the old school was difficult for Janet Townsend, a Grade 1 teacher. â€œIâ€™m not sure how I feel,â€? said Townsend, who has taught at the school for 32 years and attended Grade 6 and 7 there. â€œI have mixed emotions. I have lots of tissue with me.â€? Classes first began in parts of the structure in 1909, with additions occurring right until the 1970s. â€œThereâ€™s so many memories in this building. It (moving) has been exciting but itâ€™s also sad,â€? said
Godfrey. To signify a new chapter at Coldstream Elementary, each class contributed items to a time capsule during Mondayâ€™s final assembly in the old gym. The items included written recollections; self-portraits of students; studentsâ€™ signatures on a ball, chalk brush and pencil sharpener; and a photo with a frame made from wood and flooring in a class. Moving to a new house comes with hurdles, but relocating 390 students and all of the support they require is monumental. Virtually everything was packed up in June and only those barebone items needed to run classes between September and now were kept out. â€œThe staff at every level have been outstanding through this process,â€? said Godfrey. â€œWe couldnâ€™t have pulled it off without teamwork. The teachers put in 27 hours preparing their classes, and that was outside of class time.â€? The next step in the $13.4 million project will be to demolish the old school so a parking lot can be developed. Portables will be removed and that area will be reclaimed by sports fields. â€œWeâ€™re hoping that by spring break (2011), we will be 100 per cent ready. Thatâ€™s our goal,â€? said Godfrey.
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It’s a trifecta of communities who support an equine facility in the North Okanagan. But, like Enderby and Lumby before them, Spallumcheen is not willing to pay for a feasibility study on the project. Council voted by a margin of 3-2 Monday to amend an original motion that called for the township to send a letter of support for the facility and study. The amendment removed the feasibility study from the motion, and it passed by a margin of 3-2 with Coun. Dave Brew and Mayor Will Hansma opposed. “My recollection is when we discussed this at committee of the whole, I understood we supported the concept but not the feasibility study,” said Coun. Christine Fraser, who called for the amendment. Hansma believes council was making a mistake. “Our portion would be about $2,500 for the concept and feasibility study,” said Hansma. “This facility could have significant economic benefits to the region. I would have liked to have seen us support the whole package.” Coun. Janice Brown said the amended motion still gives the township the option to have the issue come back and say how much a study on an equine facility would cost. “Let’s start and see if there’s support from the Agricultural Land Commission and lotteries,” said Brown.
“Let’s start and see if there’s support from the ALC...” — Janice Brown North Okanagan Regional District officials recently received terms of reference for a potential feasibility study into an equestrian centre that could also include training, a veterinary hospital and boarding of horses. The ALC would have to give its approval if the facility was built on 100 acres in the Agricultural Land Reserve, and the B.C. Lottery Corporation would have to sanction a gaming operation which would be part of the facility. Spallumcheen’s neighbour, the City of Armstrong, said in a letter that its council questions the benefit of an additional gambling facility when there are so many available in the Okanagan. Armstrong council was opposed to supporting the initiative if the equestrian centre business case can only be made viable by including a gaming facility, and would not be providing a letter of support. Councillors Todd York and Andrew Casson were absent from the vote in Spallumcheen Monday.
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There was little Enderby firefighters could do to stop an early morning blaze Monday. A crew of 15 volunteers were called to the 500 block of Pumphouse Road, on the Splats’in First Nation, at 12:40 a.m. “It was fully involved when we got there,” said Dan Doran, Enderby dep- — Dan Doran uty fire chief, of the mobile home. At that point, the primary focus for the department was ensuring that the blaze didn’t spread beyond the trailer. “We had to protect the exposures,” said Doran. Because the trailer roof had collapsed under the intensity of the heat, putting the fire out was a challenge. The RCMP are responsible for investigating fires on Indian reserves, but no cause has been determined at this time. It’s believed the blaze originated in the living room. “They were doing work in there that day,” said Doran referring to Sunday. The mobile home was vacant at the time but it has previously been rented out. The structure was uninsured.
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Halloween quiet for police officers ROGER KNOX
and there were 30 calls Friday night. In the North Okanagan rural RCMP officers were prepared for a areas, there were 31 total weekend busy Halloween weekend, but partiers calls including 14 in Armstrong, 11 in were well-behaved. Enderby, five in Falkland and one on Calls for service, with Westside Road. Halloween falling on RCMP had issued a puba Sunday and parties lic concern and warning to anticipated Friday and parents about a planned Saturday, were relatively Halloween party, hosted and close to a normal weekoperated at Fandango Farms end in the detachment Saturday night off Westside area. Road. “There were a few Molendyk said there were drunks, a few loud par- Gord Molendyk no incidents to report at the ties and a few fireworks indoor/outdoor, rave-like complaints,” said RCMP party, and was emphatic police spokesman Gord Molendy. did the right thing in voicing its con“Everybody was well-behaved, cern about the party. which we are very much apprecia“We only put out information that tive of.” was on their warnings on their webIn Greater Vernon, there were 28 site,” said Molendyk. calls for services Halloween night and “We were making it clear and 20 during the day Sunday – on Friday, bringing awareness to parents. We Oct. 22, there were 26 calls for service had heard that kids as young as 13 at night and 21 during the day. were wanting to go to this party, and Saturday, there were 26 calls for a lot of parents don’t realize what it is service at night and 40 during the day, their kids are going to.” Morning Star Staff
Flag person struck by vehicle ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
A flag person escaped serious injury when he was struck by a vehicle while on-duty Saturday in Enderby. RCMP were called to the intersection of Cliff Avenue and George Street at around 5:15 p.m. to a report of a flag person being struck. “The victim, a 51-year-old man from Sicamous, is okay after the vehicle struck him,” said Gord Molendyk, spokesman for the local RCMP. “He saw the vehicle coming and was able to put his hand out to push himself away, and
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Tolko Industries expands base in China Morning Star Staff
A North Okanagan company is increasing its profile in Asia. Tolko Industries has signed two major contracts with China National Building Materials. “We are very pleased to take this next step in strengthening our relationship with CNBM,” said Brad Thorlakson, president of Vernon-based Tolko. “Our businesses have longterm compatible objectives, the
pursuit of which benefit our companies, employees, customers, and communities.” China National Building Materials is the country’s number one lumber distributor to China’s construction industries. For the first time, studs are taking front stage in overseas growth. The new contract will see Tolko’s Brad Thorlakson Soda Creek division dedicating lumber to CNBM. “The secure market agree-
ment is welcome news for the employees of Soda Creek division and the community of Williams Lake,” said Thorlakson. The second signing renewed a contract involving all product produced by Tolko’s dimensional lumber mill in the Quesnel area. Combined, these contracts represent more than 364-million-board-feet of lumber heading from the province to the Chinese market. “We continue to see growth of lumber use in the Chinese building sector and a
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broadening range of wood products sought,” said John Langley, Tolko’s manager of export sales. Thorlakson notes the positive effect provided through the adoption of the harmonized sales tax on securing deals such as the ones in China. “We are in a very competitive industry that operates on a global platform,” said Thorlakson. “B.C.’s move to an HST system helps companies like us be able to meet the international pricing levels.”
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PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE Pursuant to the provisions of Section 892 of the Local Government Act, a Public Hearing will be held in the Council Chambers of the City of Armstrong, 3570 Bridge Street, Armstrong, B.C. on November 8, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. to hear representations on the following matters: CITY OF ARMSTRONG ZONING AMENDMENT BYLAW NO. 1661: This bylaw proposes to amend the City of Armstrong Zoning Bylaw No. 1268 by rezoning the land legally described as Lot 21, Sec. 32, Twp 4, K (formerly O) DYD, Plan KAP48051 located at 2421 Maundrell Avenue, Armstrong, BC from Residential Low Density Single Family (R.1) to Residential Secondary Suite (R.1-B) in order to add a secondary suite to a single family dwelling.
WATER MAIN FLUSHING NOTICE The Regional District of North Okanagan - Greater Vernon Water in conjunction with the City of Vernon and District of Coldstream Operations will continue with Water Main Flushing. Over the next two weeks ﬂushing will occur in the following areas: • COLDSTREAM: • Duteau System – Palfrey Drive & Priest Valley areas. • East Kalamalka System – Coldstream Creek Road, Tassie Drive, Sage Drive, McClounie Road, Kalamalka Road (east of Postill Drive), Kidston Road, Kinloch Drive and Tamarack Drive. • VERNON, AREA B & C: • North Kalamalka System – Reservoir Road, Country Estates, Browne Road, Commonage Road, Commonage Crescent and Mission Road. What is Water Main Flushing? The water utility ﬂushes water mains to remove sediment and reduce the build up that accumulates in the mains. The process also helps to remove stagnant water and water that has deteriorated at dead ends. This annual process helps to improve water quality for public health. How are customers affected during Water Main Flushing? While crews are ﬂushing in your area, you may notice a reduction in water pressure and sediment or discoloration of the water. What should customers do when Water Main Flushing occurs in their area? • Try to refrain from using water when ﬂushing is in progress, to reduce impact on household water systems. • Customers may choose to store enough water for one day if it is considered necessary. • Should you choose to run water when water main ﬂushing is in your area you may choose to boil or not drink the water and use a safe alternative. Water intended for the following uses should be boiled for one minute: • Drinking • Washing fruits and vegetables • Brushing teeth • Making beverages or ice
All persons who believe that their interest in property is affected by this bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the above bylaw.
• We strongly advise you to check your water before doing any water related household work and refrain from doing laundry. Once ﬂushing is complete it may be necessary to run an outside tap until water clears. • Signs will be posted in most areas when ﬂushing is in progress. Please drive carefully where operation crews are working.
Copies of the proposed bylaw may be inspected at the of¿ce of the City of Armstrong through to November 8, 2010, between the hours of 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding statutory holidays.
Greater Vernon Water is taking additional measures to reduce risk, and a notiﬁcation will be updated as ﬂushing program progresses.
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Paintball attack raises concern ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
Regan Truscott thought, at first, the item that hit her in the chest while out for a walk with her 19-month-old son on their BX acreage might have been thrown by her husband. Truscott was out Saturday morning on a bright, sunshine-filled day, with her son. They had strolled down the driveway of their Hartnell Road property and up a path that takes them into a large, fairly open clearing. The Truscotts ended up on a secondary gravel road when Regan paused to watch her son looking around, chatting and being a curious nearly-twoyear-old boy. That’s when Truscott felt something hit her in the chest, not hard enough to leave a welt but definitely noticeable. “My first thought was my husband must have followed me on the path we’d taken and was playing a joke on us and threw a rock at us,” said Truscott, who is 35 weeks pregnant with the couple’s second child. “I thought, ‘why would he
throw a rock at me? He knows our son is right there.’ It was inches from my chin and hit me in the chest. I was very confused about this.” That’s when it s t r u c k Truscott to look down and see if what had hit had left a — Regan mark. And it did. A big pink mark. “I figured out I’d been hit by a paintball,” said Truscott, who immediately felt concern and started to look around the property. That’s when she saw a vehicle, a white North American sedan-style car, four-door, probably an older model late-80s-early-90s, appear from the uphill side of Hartnell Road heading down. Out of the passenger side, Truscott said she could see a child, maybe aged 10-to-12, sitting on the door, hanging out of the window with a paintball rifle. At that point, Truscott said,
she kind of lost it. “I screamed at them and said, ‘You hit me,’” said Truscott. “The kid looked at me with huge eyes, got back in the car, pulled the rifle into the car and the car just drove off.” Tr u s c o t t never saw the driver Truscott but assumed it was a parent, and had no idea who it was. Being 35 weeks pregnant and with her 19-month-old in tow, she said she couldn’t run to obtain a licence plate number. The response of the people in the vehicle led Truscott to believe they had no idea she was on the property. “I don’t think they were shooting at me on purpose,” she said. “I think they were target shooting up the road. I’m concerned they didn’t stop, absolutely. It’s reasonable to think you would stop and make sure the person was okay.” While not physically hurt by being struck with the paintball,
“I screamed at them and said ‘You hit me.’”
Truscott said she was orginally very angry. Then she got more shaken as the day went on. “We’ve had people come up into the area and illegally shoot animals, deer especially, I thought, ‘what if it had been a hunter and it had been an errant bullet?’” she said. “Thank goodness the paintball hit me and not my son. The more that time went on, the more my husband I became really concerned. You feel unsafe on your own property, and it shouldn’t be that way.” The incident was reported to RCMP, who sent officers to the scene within 10 minutes of the call. The suspect vehicle and individuals were not located. “We do get reports of people being hit with paintballs and we take them very seriously,” said Vernon RCMP spokesman Gord Molendyk. “Any time there’s an incident involving injury where you get hit with a paintball but also an incident involving a gun, we take very seriously.” The incident remains under investigation.
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he Ministry of Environment will deflect criticism about staffing levels by pointing out that the number of local conservation officers climbed in 2008. And nobody can dispute the fact that officer strength went from two to three. On the surface, that’s a significant spike in resources. But keep in mind that there were four officers and a full-time support person in Vernon two decades ago. During the same time that the budget axe was being swung, the population of the region ballooned. That means there are more hunters, fishermen, hikers, campers and Richard Rolke snowmobilers exploring the great outdoors. Mudbogging and quadding have caught on like wildfire. Whole entire subdivisions have also been carved out of hillsides and forests, putting people ever closer to wildlife. That has inevitably led to a rise in conflicts — whether it’s dogs chasing deer or bears rooting through garbage cans. The local conservation officers are dedicated professionals, but there are only three of them. Given regular days off, holidays and the occasional bout of flu, there may only be two available at any given time. Add to this, endless mounds of paperwork on their desks and the prospect of appearing before a judge if someone is arrested. Recently, one officer had to make the long trek to Grand Forks for a court case. The contaminated water source in Lavington has also tied up considerable resources. Still think three conservation officers are more than sufficient? Consider that while the office is located in
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Vernon, they are responsible for a vast area that stretches from the Kettle River, east of Cherryville, to west of Falkland, and from Wood Lake in Oyama to the Shuswap. Larger than some European countries, it’s a territory that includes countless fishing lakes, miles of logging roads and plenty of places for poachers to hide. As hard as the three officers try, they can’t be everywhere, and when they are searching for a cougar wiping out livestock in Lavington, time and geography are going to prevent an immediate response to something happening down Westside Road or way up in Sorrento or Malakwa. When asked about the situation, VernonMonashee MLA Eric Foster says, “I’d like to think we’re looking at this. I’m going to speak to the new environment minister about this and see if there is any room (in the budget).” And such a response may be fair, given that there is a new minister at the helm of the portfolio and Foster is a rookie MLA, and not privy to all of the decisions being made in Victoria. However, consider that Foster lives in Lumby — which is surrounded by wilderness — and his former career in logging used to take him into the bush. There shouldn’t have been more passion there. On the Ministry of Environment’s Conservation Officer Service website, the following vision is presented: “To be a progressive and respected leader in environmental compliance and enforcement, shared stewardship and public safety.” That sounds really nice but it’s all platitudes when you consider that the men and the women on the ground are understaffed, overworked and don’t have sufficient resources to do their jobs. Poor financial decisions have cut the system short. Eventually something has to give, and it will be the environment that pays the price.
A majority of Spallumcheen council was correct Monday not to commit township taxpayers to a feasibility study for an equestrian centre. After all, there is no firm guarantee that the North Okanagan Regional District and the Okanagan Equestrian Society will even be proceeding with the review. That will largely hinge on the outcome of discussions with theAgricultural Land Commission and the B.C. Lottery Corporation. If the ALC won’t sanction the use of farm land and the BCLC won’t give the green light to gaming — a crucial part of any financial plan — then the concept of a race track, training facilities and a veterinary hospital will be dead in the water. If both of those government agencies suggest a willingness to consider such a use, then there is still time for Spallumcheen to bring its money to the table. Mayor Will Hansma wasn’t pleased with his council’s actions. “Our portion would be about $2,500 for the concept and feasibility study. This facility could have significant economic benefits to the region,” he said. But that projected cost of $2,500 was likely based on all North Okanagan communities participating in the study. Already Enderby and Lumby have bowed out, and if other jurisdictions follow their lead, Spallumcheen’s financial contribution could be significantly higher. Ultimately, the township should take a wait-and-see approach until it’s known which local jurisdictions will fund the study and even if there is sufficient provincial support for the proposal. Anything more than that would be premature.
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EDITOR: GLENN MITCHELL
HST mishandled but...
remier Campbell should be made to suffer in some way due to his arrogance, stupidity and foolishness as a result of how he has introduced the HST — stealth and a scarcity of good information. The Canadian Taxpayers Federation now says that the B.C. tax cuts make the HST truly revenue neutral (www. taxpayer.com). The C.D. Howe Institute (www.cdhowe. org ) says, “Adjustment to the tax is small and quickly over, while the benefits are large and permanent.” The Fraser Institute (www.fraserinstitute.org) says, “No need to fear the HST.” Because of tax credits and lower income taxes, “most families with lower incomes will end up paying less tax overall." Past experience in Newfoundland, New Brunswick and Nova Scotia since 1997 resulted in cost savings being passed on to consumers through lower prices. New homes over $556,150 will see a modest after-tax increase, but nowhere near seven per cent (more likely 0.3 per cent). “Reality: The HST will save B.C. businesses an estimated $150 million in annual tax compliance costs." B.C. taxpayers will save another $30 million annually in
OUT OF CONTROL The Greater Vernon parks and recreation service started in 1978 and now, 32 years later, the mayor of Vernon has risked the end of a service that is beneficial and basically fair to all the residents of Greater Vernon. The mayor is now attempting to blame the other partners, but when the review started, all partners were asked to identify their key concerns. Coldstream Mayor Garlick provided a written list of seven basic concerns — nothing from Mayor Wayne Lippert. Director Mike Macnabb (Area C) took the irresponsible position that he was unwilling to comment or commit until water devolution was resolved. After five meetings of about one-and-a-half hours duration (for which they get very well paid), the review reached a point that could see the end of the service as we know it. Vernon council followed the mayor like a bunch of sheep and refused to support a motion to keep the status quo. Coldstream’s concerns could have been easily addressed. This mayor and council have ignored the best interests of the
government administration costs. “The HST will help B.C. recover from the recession more quickly by making the province a more (competitive) and attractive place for investors to locate their capital and expand their operations” thereby increasing employment. Figuratively speaking of course, former Socred Bill
Vernon taxpayers when it relates to services provided via the North Okanagan Regional District. Fire dispatch will cost us much more, there's no concern over the unfair contribution we make for the Sterile Insect Release program, no sharing in the costs of O’Keefe Ranch, and tourism and economic development functions now at the city instead of being shared at Greater Vernon. No resolution to the dispute over Greater Vernon water is in sight. Coldstream and electoral area residents must have nightmares if they think they may be amalgamated into Vernon. No one in their right mind would want to be governed by this mayor and council. Vernon appears to be trying to become the highest taxed community, with no concern for its taxpayers. Let's hope that they all get thrown out in November 2011. Barry Beardsell NO DEMOCRACY Fortunately for Eric Foster, his paycheques enable him not to care too much for what the HST costs regular paid people on dayto-day items. Anyone who is low-income, a senior or a one-income family
notices the increase. Anyone making a major purchase notices the increase. Lucky for Foster he doesn't notice. In an article, Foster is quoted as saying, "If the issue is truly the HST, why not wait until people can vote on it?" Well, why didn't people get to vote on it in the first place? I always was told that Canada was a democracy. Obviously not. N. Doyon JUDGE AND JURY Re: immediate roadside prohibitions and impounding. I thought I might spend a couple of weeks vacationing in a communist country, but it dawned on me that I already live in a communist province. How much more control are we going to allow this government to stuff down our throats? The RCMP already have a bad rap. The new catch phrase for B.C. — guilty until proven innocent. R. Zawada CLEAN UP I participated in a recent roadside clean-up effort with other members of the Foothills
Vander Zalm appears to have jumped into bed with NDP leader Carole James to give birth to the anti-HST campaign, and to hatch a Liberal MLA recall in an effort to gain an NDP majority to form government. If you don’t learn from history, you’re liable to repeat it. What we know is that the last NDP government took B.C. from being a have to a have-not province economically. They lack any economic ability whatsoever. One must admit that the Campbell government has managed the province much better than most in these economically trying times. I do not wish an NDP government on anyone. It seems to me that the anti-HST and recall committees would be much better employed donating their time to helping the poor and unfortunate, cleaning stream beds, raising food and funds for the Salvation Army, planting trees, weeding their gardens, volunteering, and so on – something constructive rather than just pure, unadulterated, wanton negative politicking. C. Wills
Community Association on Silver Star Road, an activity which is, by the way, officially approved and supported by the City of Vernon. The clean-up crew of volunteers was dismayed at the amount of debris which had apparently been casually tossed out of auto windows – take-out coffee cups, empty potato chip bags, DVDs and may other bits and pieces of miscellaneous garbage. It saddened us to see such blatant evidence of casual disrespect toward the environment and our natural heritage. The citizens of Vernon, like those in the rest of our beautiful province, pride themselves on the comparative advantage of their provinces’ natural beauty that makes us the envy of so many in Canada and the rest of the world. Irrespective of our politics, we all espouse green causes and would like the environment to remain pristine. So please consider this the next time you may wish to toss garbage from your car. Be responsible. Don’t permit your children to despoil the environment that they will inherit. Teach them to respect the natural world, even if it is only the side of a road.
Pack your garbage out when hiking or camping. And get involved in your community. Volunteer to help out with roadside clean-ups. Wynn Polnicky
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The B.C. government’s pledge to bring every grade four student’s literacy and math skills up to grade level is ambitious, but it can be done, says Education Minister George Abbott. Abbott says the government’s latest education goal is already being accomplished in four school districts, South Kootenay, Arrow Lakes, Revelstoke and Fort Nelson. These districts are doing better than the George Abbott provincial average mainly by encouraging old-fashioned family support such as reading to kids in the evening, he said. In his televised address last week, Premier Gordon Campbell said one out of five B.C. students currently fails to meet the grade four achievement level for reading, writing and math skills. Campbell announced three measures designed to eliminate that problem by 2015. ■ Adding 100 more StrongStart early learning centres, for a total of 400 facilities where parents can bring prekindergarten children for programs with an early childhood educator; ■ Introducing individual skills assessment for children entering kindergarten, and; ■ Spending $8.9 million per year for new support and training for
Central Okanagan School District trustees are inviting B.C.’s new education minister to visit local schools. With George Abbott’s appointment to the new portfolio recently, board trustees appear keen to ensure the Central Okanagan hits home with the minister. “I think we need to do this right away so that’s why we’re one of the first,” said trustee Moyra Baxter. “I think it’s really important that we have an opportunity to show him some of the programs we have in the district and talk to him about some of the issues.” The district includes schools in Lake Country.
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teachers to give “intensive assistance” to students who need it to meet the grade four standards. The government estimates the new StrongStart centres will cost $3 million a year to run, and the kindergarten assessments will cost $1.6 million for the the first year, 2011-12. The plan builds on the expansion of kindergarten to full school days for five-yearolds. Abbott said the gains made by Fort Nelson are particularly notable, because it is a remote northern district with a large number of aboriginal students. He compared the results to those described by U.S. author Malcolm Gladwell for inner-city schools in New York, where poor children did as well as wealthier ones once they had more time and support for their school work. B.C. Teachers’ Federation president Susan Lambert wasn’t impressed by the plan. “Kindergarten teachers already assess all of the children coming into their classes, but we no longer have the specialist teachers in schools to work with them,” Lambert said. “More testing doesn’t help children learn.” NDP leader Carole James praised the StrongStart program, but she said the target for grade four students is an admission of failure by Campbell. “He said that one in five children doesn’t read or write at their grade level,” James said. “That’s after 10 years of Liberals.”
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Bridge by Phillip Alder A.N. Onymous said, “It’s easy to stop making mistakes. Just stop having ideas.” This column emanated from an idea I had about yesterday’s deal. In that column, West had a singleton diamond king. South, in three no-trump, took the ﬁrst trick with dummy’s club queen and ran the diamond 10. This cost the contract because when West shifted to a spade, declarer had to win with dummy’s ace (else East would win the trick and return a club for down two) and take a second diamond ﬁnesse. This worked, but West discarded, leaving South with only seven tricks: one spade, three hearts, two diamonds and one club. The winning play was a
low diamond to the eight, nine or jack on the ﬁrst round of the suit. Then, when in the dummy with the spade ace, declarer could have run the diamond 10, staying in the dummy to take a third ﬁnesse in the suit. I started to wonder about this layout. Suppose, after leading a low diamond to the jack, West -- the genius -- played low. (Since he expects South to repeat the ﬁnesse, this would usually be the best play.) How should declarer continue now? In the auction, three clubs is artiﬁcial, asking opener if he has three spades. South must guess. If East started with honordoubleton, declarer must cash the diamond ace and
play another diamond. But if West has king-doubleton, South must continue with a low diamond. Finally, if West has queen-doubleton, the contract can no longer be made -- declarer had to run the diamond 10 at trick two! Nothing is as easy as it seems.
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At six years old, David Suzuki and his family were taken from their home in Vancouver and sent to a Japanese internment camp in the Slocan Valley. The man, who has become one of Canada’s leading environmentalists and a prominent broadcaster, tells of his ordeal while visiting the remnants of the New Denver camp. The moving scene is just one from the new film, Force of Nature: The David Suzuki Movie. Directed by Sturla Gunnarsson, the documentary is based, Inconvenient Truth-like, around a lecture the 74-year-old scientist delivers, which he describes as “a distillation of my life and thoughts, my legacy, what I want to say before I die.” It is one of eight documentaries and docu-dramas that will be part of the Vernon Film Society’s eighth annual Docs Plus Fall Film Festival at the Vernon Towne Cinema. The films, which come courtesy of the Film Circuit, will take viewers around the world to hear the fascinating stories of people both well-known and just born. Force of Nature, which made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) and recently opened in major Canadian cities, will be the last film screened
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Broadcaster/scientist David Suzuki is the subject of the new documentary Force of Nature, one of eight films showing at the Vernon Film Society’s Docs Plus Fall Film Festival Nov. 15 to 18. during the festival, Nov. 18 at 7 p.m. The event kicks off Nov. 15 at 5 p.m. with
Thomas Balmés’ Babies, where the filmmaker follows four babies from the around
the world from birth to their first steps. Variety described it as “an exercise in observational cinema tracking four infants across the globe... impressive in its scope and remarkable in its immediacy.” A re-creation of the brief encounter between two 20th century icons screens Nov. 15 at 7 p.m. Coco Chanel and Igor Stravinsky tells the story of the fashion maven and the composer, who find each other in France in the 1920s, and begin a love affair to the chagrin of Stravinsky’s sickly wife. Fashion takes another turn when cameras follow audacious entertainer Joan Rivers in the acclaimed documentary, A Piece of Work. The film offers a look at the woman behind the laughter during an eventful year of her life, and screens Nov. 16 at 5 p.m. Australian film Mao’s Last Dancer, the true story of Li Cunxin and his journey from rural China to the bright lights of ballet stardom, shows Nov. 16 at 7 p.m. “Lovely and astounding, Mao’s Last Dancer is a modern epic of arts and ambition triumphing oppression,” wrote The Detroit News. On Nov. 17 at 5 p.m., The Tillman Story tells the true story of American Pat Tillman, who gave up his professional football career to fight in Afghanistan.
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Actress salutes Mackie boys Morning Star Staff
Actress Christine Pilgrim plays Mrs. Grace Mackie and entertains visitors with stories of the war years at the Mackie Lake House on Remembrance Day.
Vernon actress Christine Pilgrim has brushed down her tunic and brushed up her songs and stories for her one-woman show, We’ll Meet Again, at Coldstream’s Mackie Lake House on Remembrance Day. Pilgrim will perform this interactive, often funny, sometimes saucy, but always thought-provoking onehour show after a delicious dinner served in military manner, catered by The Other Company and accompanied by Betty Kemper at the piano. The Mackie Lake House hosts the Nov. 11 evening to honour the late Paddy Mackie, who served in the Canadian Navy in the Second World War, and who after he died in 1999, left his home for the general public to enjoy. Pilgrim will also honour Mackie’s brothers John, a fighter pilot with the Royal Air Force, and Geoffrey, who served with the Royal Canadian Air Force. Both lost their lives in the war. Once she has received guests in the guise of the Mackie boys’ mother, Grace Mackie, with a complimentary glass of sherry, Pilgrim will disappear to re-emerge later as one of the “boys” who fought at the front in First World War. Other characters will surface as the evening proceeds. “We’ll Meet Again is presented in the style of British Music Hall, a vaudeville-type genre that was in its heyday
around the time of the First World War,” said Pilgrim, adding she encourages audience participation for anyone who wants to sing along. “Parts of it are based on the musical O It’s A Lovely War, first produced in London’s East End by Joan Littlewood and later made into a movie by Richard Attenborough.” Pilgrim worked with Littlewood in two productions soon after graduating from drama school in London, England. A former a stand-up comic in her native Britain and Europe, Pilgrim has performed in productions from The Beggar’s Opera to television comedies such as The Benny Hill Show. Since moving to Canada in 1992, she has focused more on Canadian history and has created several one-woman shows geared mainly for children. They include one about local pioneer Catherine Schubert and another based on the life of artist Emily Carr. Many of Pilgrim’s characters, from her old-fashioned schoolma’am to Queen Elizabeth II, are local favourites. The Mackie Lake House is located at 7604 Kidston Rd. in Coldstream. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. with cocktails served at 6.30 p.m. Advance bookings only, available at Ticket Seller, 250-549-7469, www.ticketseller.ca. For more information, contact the Mackie Lake House at 250-545-1019.
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Swing, swing, swing with beloved Shuswap saxophone master Sandy Cameron and his quintet, featuring Don Clark, at the Vernon Jazz Club Saturday. The quintet includes some of the finest jazz musicians performing today including Clark on trumpet, Don Ross on piano, Bill Lockie on bass and Brian Pratt-Johnson on drums. The band will perform many well-known standards in a variety of styles including Dixieland, swing, bebop, and funk, as well as some beautiful ballads and a few Clark originals. “We will be taking a heads-up approach involving group and individual improvisation, using lead sheets rather than written arrangements,” said Cameron. “Musical collaboration is, as far as I’m concerned, most important in the performance of any music group.” A retired teacher from the Shuswap school district, Cameron has almost 60 years of performing under his belt, starting with Arthur Delamont’s
Sandy Cameron (left) and Don Clark blow their saxes and horns at the Vernon Jazz Club Saturday. Kitsilano Boys’ Band. Active in the local jazz scene, Cameron coordinates the monthly Shuswap Art Gallery Association (SAGA) Jazz Club events and gigged recently with the Cactus Jazz Band at the Penticton Pentastic Jazz Festival. “My own style is a work in progress,” said Cameron. “Some favourite players I listen to are Campbell Ryga, Mike Allen, James Danderfer and Ross Taggart.” Cameron is particularly anticipating the Vernon gig. “I’m really looking forward to presenting the excellent trumpet playing of Don Clark to the Vernon Jazz Club.”
Clark has been performing, arranging, and composing on the West Coast since the early 1960s. He was a member of the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra and spent 22 years with the CBC Chamber Orchestra in Vancouver. As a freelance studio musician, Clark worked on hundreds of radio and television shows, including a nine-year stint as leader, arranger, and composer of music for
the comic CBC series Dr. Bundolo’s Pandemonium Medicine Show. Clark has recorded with Ella Fitzgerald, band leader Bobby Hales, Dave Robbins, the Pacific Salt Jazz Sextet and Fraser MacPherson, to name just a few. Clark describes his style as accessible. “I’m what some people call a mainstream player –– not far out nor experimental, but listenable to by many. In the early years I listened to a lot of Louis Armstrong, Bobby Hackett, Miles Davis, Clifford Brown and Dizzy Gillespie.” Like Cameron, Clark relishes the thrill of improvising with the band. “We haven’t played a lot together, so I feel the experience will be fresh. Live jazz is not a produced CD –– the unknowable is exciting and spontaneous.” Ross has performed many times for Vernon
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Uncovering the truth Continued from page A19 The film shows Tillman’s family back at home as they attempt to reveal the truth about his death. Another true story is acted out in Norwegian film Max Manus, a historical epic that follows one of Europe’s most celebrated Second World War resistance fighters. It shows Nov. 17 at 7 p.m. On Nov. 18 at 5 p.m., Last Train Home, a Canada/China/U.K. co-production, follows a couple who leave their children behind in their rural village in China’s Sichuan province to the industrial city of Guangdong, where they take jobs in a textile factory. The New York Post called it “a startling look at the devastating human cost of China’s newfound embrace of capitalism.” Passes are not available for the festival,
instead admission for each film is $6. Advance tickets are on sale at the Towne Cinema and the Bean Scene coffee house as of Monday. Patrons are asked to arrive more than 15 minutes before each film starts to be assured of a good seat, and doors open at 4:30 p.m. For more information, visit the film society’s website at www.vernonfilmsociety.bc.ca.
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Folk visit from the Island Singer/songwriters meet in Armstrong on respective tours Morning Star Staff
From the land of Anne of Green Gables and Stompin’ Tom Connors come singer-songwriters Catherine MacLellan and John Connolly. The Prince Edward Island artists are each currently touring out west and will meet at the crossroads when they perform at the Armstrong Inn Nov. 13. The show marks the only occasion where the two will play together on their respective tours. Connolly recently traveled to Nashville to record his newest album, The Wind, with legendary Nova Scotia producer Brian Ahern (Emmy Lou Harris, Roy Orbison, Johnny Cash.) “I started going to Nashville in 2009 to work on the craft of songwriting,” he said. “I approached Brian while there because I loved his work as a producer. We struck up a friendship and when the time came to record a new album, he opened the doors of his studio to me. It was an incredible experience working with Brian and his longtime engineer, Donivan Cowart, in his home studio in Nashville.” Connolly has received three Music PEI awards and has shared the stage with Joel Plaskett, Cuff The Duke and Gordie Sampson. MacLellan, in turn, recently picked up two 2010 East Coast Music awards for female vocalist and folk recording of the year as well as four 2010 Music PEI awards. Voted as the critics’ favourite new discovery by Penguin Eggs Magazine, she was also named solo artist of the
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Catherine MacLellan performs at the Armstrong Inn Nov. 13 with fellow Prince Edward Islander John Connolly. year at the 2009 Canadian Folk Music Awards. Her previous album, Church Bell Blues, landed on the number one spot on iTunes Canada Roots chart. It also received critical acclaim from other international magazines and newspapers such as Q, Maverick, fRoots, The Austin Chronicle and The Boston Globe. MacLellan has toured with Bruce Cockburn in the U.S. and with Steve Forbert in the U.K. and Sweden, and has showcased her talents in Paris, Cannes, Berlin, New York, London Austin and Memphis. Her latest CD, Water In The Ground, is her third album. The show at the Armstrong Inn starts at 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 (no minors), and are available in advance at the Ticket Seller in Vernon. Call 549-7469 or order online at www.ticketseller.ca.
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munity forum slated for Nov. 29, at Armstrongâ€™s Centennial Hall. An open house will run from 2 to 6 p.m., with an OCP presentation will taking place at 6:30 p.m. and a workshop featuring a roundtable discuss running from 7 to 9 p.m. Hard-copy surveys can be mailed to the Township of Spallumcheen, 4144 Spallumcheen Way, Spallumcheen, B.C., V0E 1B6; faxed to 250-546-8878; or e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Surveys can also be delivered in person to the township office between 8:30 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
The Township of Spallumcheen continues to ask the public for input in regards to the official community plan. Residents are being asked to give input on key issues such as development, road standards, aquifer protection, water and sewer, trails and heritage. OCP survey are available online at www.spallumcheentwp.bc.ca, or at the township office, Askewâ€™s Foods and Valley Auction. They can be filled out until Sunday. Residents will also be able to give input at a com-
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There are four new members of the Sterile Insect Release board, including three tree fruit growers from the three zones in the valley. With the agreement of the valley’s four regional districts, orchardist Brian Mennell now represents the southern part of the valley, Fred Steele of Kelowna represents the central part and Vernon orchardist Dave Dobernigg represents those in the north in the SIR board. As well, West Kelowna
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As the new-look Vernon Vipers head into the second third of the B.C. Hockey League season, they have learned a few things about their identity. They are a speedy team built on a quick transition and relentless forecheck. The Vipers also struggle in overtime â€“ lost 3-2 to the Victoria Grizzlies Saturday night at Wesbild Centre for their fourth OT loss â€“ and their powerplay needs some tweaking. Vipersâ€™ head coach Mark Ferner, who often goes with three forwards and one d-man in overtime, doesnâ€™t see the point in settling for a tie, even if it means they might be a little more exposed defensively. â€œItâ€™s an opportunity to get an extra point. Weâ€™re not going to sit back, especially at home,â€? he said. After 21 BCHL games, Ferner believes his young squad is a little ahead of expectations in terms of development, and he likes the effort he is seeing on a nightly basis. â€œI like the way our group is playing right now,â€? he said. â€œItâ€™s being accountable for your work. Your work ethic is not negotiable. We expect guys to empty the tank
every night, and for the most part they are.â€? Vernon, tied for second spot in the Interior with Trail Smoke Eaters, at 11-5-1-4, heads to Merritt Friday night before hosting the Prince George Spruce Kings Saturday night. The Penticton Vees lead the conference by two points. Said Ferner: â€œAs we found out, anybody can beat anybody. There are no freebies this year. Weâ€™ve been in a lot of close games and that is a very good thing for our group.â€? The Grizzlies got a 40-save showing from goalie Matt Ginn, who stoned Dylan Walchuk, Malcolm Lyles and Bryce Kakoske in the overtime. Ginn, 19, is a Lindsay, Ont. product who played for Team Canada East in last yearâ€™s World Junior A Hockey Challenge in Summerside, PEI. â€œHe has been our rock all year, heâ€™s pretty special,â€? said Victoria assistant coach Brad Cook, who helped the Vernon Vipers win the 1996 Royal Bank Cup. â€œHeâ€™s going to have some well-deserved rest I think.â€? Ginn made 34 saves Friday night as the Grizz stopped the host
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Vernon Vipers' Aaron Hadley attempts to keep Victoria Grizzlies' Taylor Love off the puck during BCHL hockey action Saturday at Wesbild Centre. Trail Smoke Eaters 5-2, and came in to relieve rookie Tanner McGaw after the sixth Salmon Arm goal in a 10-7 loss Wednesday night. â€œHeâ€™s a helluva player,â€? said d-man Taylor Love, traded to
the Grizzlies by Vernon earlier in October. â€œHeâ€™s excellent and that was a good win.â€? Lyles and Mike Zalewsky for the Vipers, and Joel Lowry and Madison Dias for the Grizzlies,
traded regulation goals before 1,900 fans. Victoria d-man Sean Robertson scored his second goal of the season on a backhander that fooled Blake Voth at 3:58 of double overtime. Love, a California product with 2-3-5 in 11 games with Victoria, gave the Grizzlies a brief scouting report on the Snakes. â€œI just told them they work hard, theyâ€™re one of the hardest-working teams in the Interior Conference and will battle all the way through the third period.â€? On the move to Victoria, Love said: â€œMy role is just to be a physical guy, make a good first pass and battle hard...Yes, I was disappointed (with the trade), but everything happens for a reason and things are working out. I like it in Victoria.â€? Cook, a married father of two who played 12 years of minor pro, also works as head coach with the hockey academy at Spectrum Secondary in Victoria. â€œIt was nice to come in during hockey season and it was nice to see that banner that we won in â€˜96,â€? said Cook, a smooth-skating d-man in his day. â€œIâ€™d never saw it before. What a great atmosphere here. We were a tired bunch here and so were they. It was two teams trying to gut it out and what a fun way to finish.â€?
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The Vernon Home Building Centre Vipers grounded the Kamloops Blazers 10-3 in Okanagan Mainline Tier 1 Midget Hockey League action Saturday night at Civic Arena. A top-shelf marker by Ryan Scheidt, a seeing-eye wrister from defenceman Joshua Vetter and goals by Chris Nonis, Trevor Pickett and Colton Thibault staked the Vipers to a 5-1 lead after 20 minutes. Nick Pantaleo and Thibault connected in the second as the Vipers held off a Blazers charge and took a 7-3 secondperiod lead. The frustrated Blazers got into penalty trouble in the third and the Vipers capitalized with powerplay markers by Ethan Kalugin and defenceman Justin Mitchell. Brett Hawrys set up Kalugin's blast for his third assist of the night, while Nonis closed out the scoring with his second goal of the game. Pickett, Hawrys, Thibault and Scheidt are all tied for
third spot in Midget Tier 1 league scoring with seven points apiece. "We learned a lot from last week and played a more complete game," said head coach Jim Armstrong. "The boys competed hard and know there's still a lot of work to do but it's nice to get a positive result from all the hard work they've put into practice." The Vernon Sun Valley Source For Sports Renegades lost 12-1 to Kelowna Pursuit of Excellence in Bantam Tier 1 action. Mitchell Lukacs scored for the Renegades. The Vernon Machine Bantam AA Vipers opened a threegame home stand Friday night with a hard fought 6-3 loss to Kelowna. Scott Latwat, Jorden Dewing and Logan Revell handled the Vipers' offence. The next night, the Vipers lost 11-0 to the Kamloops Blazers, giving up seven powerplay goals. The Snakes played an inspired game on Sunday after-
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noon, defeating Salmon Arm Silvertips 7-3 for their first win of the season. Dewing (2+2), Cadrin Filleul (2+1), Jeff Bochon, Latwat and Lee Springer handled the scoring for Vernon. Nikita Payne added two assists. Dusty Beckner was sensational in goal with 37 saves. Carson Tucker, Darryl Fidler, and James Krahn all had strong games for the Snakes. The Vernon Veterinary Clinic Bantam Tier 3s went 0-4 while competing well at the Penticton Tournament. Vernon opened with a 5-2 loss to the North Delta Sun Demons with Jordon Rea and Cameron Hitch getting the goals. Game MVPs went to Jeff Hiscoe and Chase Larsen. Vernon then bowed 4-1 to the North Kamloops Lions with Hitch scoring and goalie Bryce Dyck earning the MVP stopping 40 shots. In Game 3, Vernon lost 3-2 to the Penticton Junior Vees with goals coming from Hitch and Brett Jewell (MVP).
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The Vernon Magnums host the Columbia Valley Bighorns of Invermere in the Provincial Nine-Man Midget Football Championship Sunday (2 p.m.) at Grahame Park. Vernon defeated the Bighorns twice in regular-season action. In Junior Bantam action Sunday, the Vernon Marauders lost 60-24 to the league-leading Kelowna Dragons at Grahame Park. Zack Kronbauer led the Marauders' rush with 98 yards and two TDs. Tye Kitzman (55 yards rushing), scored the other TD with the recovery of a quick kick play executed by Max Chapman. Chapman also rushed for 83 yards on the day. Trey Isaac was good on all three convert attempts. "Our linemen, Carson
Labrecque, Zack Barton, Mariah Klein, Jakob Laflamme-Yonkman, and Jett Carey, all played a solid game for us," said Vernon line coach Cid Plouffe. "And this game was a lot closer than the score indicates." On defence, Jonah Anstey registered eight tackles followed by Brayden Wiebe with six and Nyla McPherson and Connor Kamman with four apiece. Luke Nelson, Jacob Mayner, Nolan Wessels and Bryce Sorensen also contributed to the defence. "The Dragons have a very good passing game," said Maruaders' defensive coach Andy Stephansson. "They were able to get some favourable match ups against us and then exploit them, but tomorrow is another day." The Marauders have scored 50 of the 72 points allowed by the Dragons. Vernon visits the West
Kelowna Sundevils this Sunday. The Vernon Yellow Jackets defeated the host Penticton Cougars 50-0 in exhibition Pee Wee play Sunday. The game started out with a fumble recovery on defence by Keith Jones. The following play saw Zach Benn run the ball on a 60-yard sweep for a touchdown. The defence continued forcing the Cougars to go three and out with Jones recovering another fumble and Jordan Scherck and Zach Boring also picking up fumbles. Boring gave Vernon's defence its first points of the year when he stripped the ball and took it 40 yards for a score. The Vernon offense spread the ball around all day. Morgan Nichols (2), Issac Olsen, Koalden Oakden, Tyler Braun and Thomas Mackewich all scored touchdowns.
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Vernon Blue Bombers' Zach Smith attempts to stay ahead of Kelowna Lions' Nathan Beaucheman, left, and Xander Kennedy during Atom football action Sunday at Grahame Park.
Wolfpack bounce Bruins for C banner Continued from B1 Vernon closed things out by falling 8-7 to the Castlegar Rebels. Jewell pulled the hat trick, while Rea earned MVP with two goals and singles came from Shayne Groenveld and Hayden Chase. The Vernon Watkins Motors Mustangs lost 7-0 to the host Kelowna Rockets in Pee Wee Tier 1 league play. Goalie Billy Cawthourne made some excellent saves and the defensive core battled hard every shift for the Mustangs. Ty Kolle scored twice as the Kamloops Ice Ducks tripped up the Dawson Creek Canucks 3-1 in Sunday's A final of the Vernon Senior Atom Hockey Tournament at Civic Arena. John Ludvig scored the shootout winner as the Kamloops Devils trimmed the Kelowna Spartans 5-4 in the B final. The H&L Glass Wolfpack of Vernon went 3-1 in the 12-team extravaganza, shutting down the Winfield Bruins 4-0 in the C final behind the goaltending of Caden Colmorgen. Devin Pimm, Finnian O'Keefe, Drayden Dougan and Tanner Wright scored for the Pack. In Saturday preliminary action, the Wolfpack bowed 4-0 to the Ice Ducks and clipped the Kelowna Ice Hawks 4-3. Joe Eggert earned 2+1, while Josh Bridge and Eric Noren handled the offence versus Kelowna. The Pack opened with an 8-3 win over the Quesnel Thunder Friday night. Vernon's Valley Wood Venom had a
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Vernon Venom's CJ Storey unleashes a high shot against Kelowna Spartan netminder Kenny Clarke in Senior Atom tournament play Saturday at Civic Arena. rough 0-4 weekend, losing the E final 8-2 to the Kelowna Ice Hawks Sunday morning (goals from Braeden Cooper and Levi Danbrook. The Venom lost 8-5 to Winfield and fell 13-12 to the Kelowna Spartans in roundrobin action Saturday. Coleton Bilodeau scored twice in the Venom's loss to Winfield, while Danbrook, Cooper and Steve Benischek had singles. CJ Storey supplied 3+2 and Levi Danbrook earned 3+1 as the Venom lost a wild one to the Spartans. Bilodeau pro-
duced 2+2, Caden Danbrook counted 2+1 and singles came from Dylan Sedlacek and Gavin Fleck. The Kelowna Lakers shelled Quesnel 15-2 in the D final. The North Okanagan Knights let a 4-1 lead slip away in falling 7-6 to the host Revelstoke Grizzlies in Atom Development Team Saturday at the Forum. Matthew Dolinar scored five times for the Knights, while Austin Clarke added a single. Mitchell Brown and Wesley Graves chipped in with two assists each.
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The Seaton Sonics swept the MEI Eagles of Clearbrook 2-0 (25-21, 25-14) to win the George Elliot Coyotes Invitational Senior AA Boys Volleyball Tournament and unseat the Eagles as the No. 1 team in the province. MEI had been the top-ranked school for the past six weeks ahead of Seaton. "We both were missing key starting players so no one had an edge," said Sonic head coach Doug Kozak. "I'm sure we made them over-confident while they were watching us struggle our way through the pool play and playoff round. “It's tough to imagine that we could be close to the same team after all-star Marco Arnold injured his knee at practice this week, but when I saw how hard the boys worked I knew we would be OK.” Brad Kievit and Max Belfort were steady in some high-pressure situations throughout the playoffs, and with Sean Bonnett back into the libero, the Sonics started to roll. "He is undoubtedly the best libero in the province," said Kozak. "Sean willingly punishes his body each tournament so our team has the killer defence and passing we need to come out on top. I'm sure his mom has given up on trying to get all the blood out of his uniform after the tournaments." Keenan Wright and Jaydon Ward provided exceptional defensive plays against MEI. Outside hitters Alex Nolan and Conner
Kozak (tourney all-star) handled the bulk of sets from MVP Adam Tishenko. The Vernon Christian School Royals placed third in their home senior A boys volleyball tournament, stuffing the Clearwater Raiders 2-0 (25-22, 25-23) in the bronze-medal match. The Royals limited the Raiders to four attack points while Tyrell Hoogland made key blocks and Connor Yskes supplied three attack kills. Jason VanBoven supplied strong serving and back row defensive play, serving the last two points for the victory. Adam McCaffrey played well in the backcourt as defensive support and setter Aaron Spence provided the Royals with a balanced attack and served up four aces. The Royals finished the round-robin Saturday morning by losing in straight sets to the Immaculata Mustangs of Kelowna. Vernon Christian met the Mustangs again in the semifinals later that afternoon, and played a much stronger defensive game. Captain Yskes led the Knights with several key blocks and kills in a thrilling 2-1 loss (23-25, 25-22, 15-10). Both Branden Hoogendoorn and Daniel Koch kept many rallies alive with several key digs and hits from the left side, while Sam Koch led the offence with 17 kills from both the left and right sides for the tourney. The Kelowna Christian Knights defeated Immaculata 2-1 (23-25, 25-20,15-12) in the final. Vernon Christian is in an Abbotsford tourney this weekend.
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Vernon Christian Royals' Connor Yskes (facing) attempts to drive the ball past Immaculata Mustang blockers Johnathan Mack, left, and Tony Culos at the Royals Senior A Boys Invitational Volleyball Tournament Saturday morning at Vernon Christian School.
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The Vernon DCT Chambers Voltage split a pair of Petite ringette game last weekend. The Bolts opened with a 6-1 win over Penticton Saturday in Summerland thanks to a five-point effort from Alex Drury. Other strong performances came from Maddy Percy, Caleb Pope and Alyssa Racine, who all added goals, while Stephanie Backer stopped all but one in her first appearance in net this season. Sunday morning in Kelowna, Wynter Vanderveen was outstanding in goal, keeping Vernon competitive in an exciting 5-4 loss to Kelowna. Tamara Nicol started off the scoring early with her first-ever ringette goal. In other Petite action, the Vernon Advertising Works Dinos opened weekend action with a 6-4 win over Kelowna #2 on Saturday at the Capital News Centre. Kendra Ostafie led the team with three goals, Shelby Connors had 2+1 and Chelsea Marshall had one goal and one assist. Makayla Vanderzwan added an assist in support of netminder Marika Munroe. The Dinos kept charging Sunday at Priest Valley Arena as they upended Shuswap 10-6. Abygayle Williamson put on a scoring clinic with five goals and one assist. Ostafie (3+2) and Munroe (2G) rounded out the scoring. Shelby Connors, Marshall and Jillian Pipke each had helpers. Madison Fox was great in net with strong defence from Cassidy Marshall and Ellen Campbell. The North Enderby Timber Petite Vikings also went 2-0 on the weekend, starting with a hard-fought 9-3 win over Kelowna #3 Saturday at PV. Ava Cornell earned the win with offensive support from Yetko Bearshirt-Robbins (2+2), Evangeline Koshure (2G), Czarina Wisse (1+2), Ava
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Vernon's Colton Schaper-Kotter roofs a clean shot past Kelowna netminder Dani Strymecki in Petite ringette action Sunday morning at Priest Valley Arena. Haldane (1+2), Emma Carter, Saige Woodliffe and Saylor Martian. Colten SchaperKotter chipped in with four assists and Alyssa Carter, Emma Carter and Woodliffe each had one. Sunday at PV, the Vikes got a hat trick from Woodliffe as they stuffed Kelowna #2 6-4. Other offence came from Schaper-Kotter (2G) and Rebecca Van Eyck. Brittany Jensen chimed in with two assists and Emma Carter had one. Czarina Wisse was in goal. Georgia Lannon recorded her first-ever hat trick as the Vernon Novice People Eaters fell 12-7 to host West Kelowna Saturday. Mackenzie Munro (2+2) was a workhorse on both ends. Kaylin Webster (1+1) and Kinsey Corday (1+1) rounded out the scoring. Julie Francis and Ashley Wadsworth were strong on the back end. The People Eaters got a Halloween treat Sunday as they upended host Salmon Arm 8-5, backstopped by the outstanding goaltending of Josey Nerling. Lannon (3+1), Munro (2+1) and Kaylin Mackenzie (2+1), who used strong skating to control the puck, all had big games for the Eaters. Emma Elders rounded out the scoring. Corday (2A), Kayla Spillett and newcomer Jaden Scott were instrumental on defence. Netminder Brooke Buller stood tall in
net for the North Enderby Timber Novice Lightning in a 10-9 loss to the Westside Eagles. Vernon led by three goals at the half, but they lost their legs late in the game. Vernon offence was led by Hailey Quiring (3G) and Kenzie Koshure (2+1). Carly Newman, Grace Cornell, Rylie Marchand and Bryn Taylor-Hawes all had singles. Giselle Torres and Kyra Olsen each had an assist. In Tween B play, the Nixon Wenger Stingers overcame a slow start to open the Playdays Tournament with an 11-6 win over host West Kelowna Saturday. The Stingers got a team effort, starting with strong goaltending from Spencer Christensen. Goal scorers were Carly Alexander (4G), Taryn Smith (2G), Amy Parsons, Darian Newman, Ashleigh Cohen, Jocelyn Jones and Miranda Blatney. Riley Martian fired top shelf for Vernon’s lone goal as they fell 7-1 to Kelowna. The Stingers played with a short bench, but held the Kelowna team to a 1-1 after the first period, only to run out of steam in the second half. Mark’s Heavy Haul squad started its weekend with a 9-2 loss to Shuswap in weekend Tween A action at Playdays in West Kelowna. Madison Powls and Teigan Moore handled the Vernon scoring, with
assists to Kennedy Pope and Sydney Harder. Goalie Garrett Adams and his defence worked hard but couldn’t stop Shuswap’s revved-up offence. Vernon rallied behind Moore’s hat trick in their second game, stopping Penticton’s Junior B team 5-3. Brenna Beck, assisted by Danika Seed, and Kennedy Pope, unassisted, came up with singles. Harder added two assists and Bailey Williamson had one. The defence played well in front of Emily Olds. Vernon played their strongest Sunday, a 4-2 loss in a defensive struggle against Shuswap. Pope and Moore each scored singles, with great defensive work by Harder, Katelyn Paulin, Olivia Percy and Megan Barss. In Junior B action, the Vernon Sunshine Autobody Titans dropped a pair of games at West Kelowna Playdays last weekend. Megan Vadnais led the Vernon with four goals as they fell 18-7 to Shuswap. Kate Alexander collected a pair of goals, with Paige Webster netting one. Assists were by Dayna Hanley, Webster and Danielle Jackson. Webster had the lone goal in the Titans’ Sunday game, a 16-1 loss to the Westside A team. Netminder Amie McKinney faced 14 shots in the last two minutes of play.
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Sports CALENDAR FRIDAY JUNIOR A HOCKEY – Team West vs Team East, World Junior A Challenge exhibition, 7 p.m., Wesbild Centre. All tickets $10.
SATURDAY HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL – VSS Panthers vs Okanagan Mission Huskies, noon, Kal School. JUNIOR A HOCKEY – Vipers vs Prince George Spruce Kings, 7 p.m., Wesbild Centre. JUNIOR B HOCKEY – Knights vs Princeton Posse, 7 p.m., Nor-Val Sports Centre. MAJOR JUNIOR HOCKEY – Rockets vs Chilliwack Bruins, 7 p.m., Prospera Place.
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Knights hit skid Morning Star Staff
The North Okanagan Knights could accept a pair of losses to the powerful Revelstoke Grizzlies. However, losing 5-1 to the Kamloops Storm Saturday night at Nor-Val Sports Centre was not anticipated. The Knights, who opened the weekend by falling 7-1 Friday night in Revelstoke, lost 7-4 to the defending Kootenay International Junior Hockey League champion Grizz Sunday afternoon in Armstrong. “We just haven’t been playing our game and not been working as hard as we need to, as well as not sticking to our game-plan,” said second-year forward Colin Minardi. The 10-8 Knights trailed the Storm 5-0 before Brendan Jost spoiled Lynden Stanwood’s shutout bid with 3:04 left. The Storm, who got 1+2 from Tyler Jackson, moved to 7-100-2, while the Knights dropped to 10-8 in the Shuswap Division. “It was frustrating to lose by that many goals and nothing was going right as penalties cost us,” added Minardi. Laine Keyes scored at even-strength Sunday, while Eric Chore, Cory Bulach and Brodie Clark added powerplay goals in a 2:08 span for the Knights, who visit Kelowna Chiefs Friday.
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with three rushes for 88 yards, while The Fulton Maroons mauled the Eric van Stone carried seven times for Mt. Baker Trojans 59-0 Saturday in 56 yards. Dustin MacDonald led the exhibition senior football action in Maroons with six tackles, while Olson Cranbrook. and Mike Tkatschow each had Quarterback Ben Olson three and Matt Kane and Mike completed four of four Ochoa recorded two apiece. passing attempts for 79 Devon Harris supplied two yards and three touchpicks. downs as the Maroons “Dustin MacDonald had a used the Trojans as warm great game at linebacker, and up for Friday night’s game was all over the field making in Kamloops (Hillside tackles,” said Scheller. “He has Stadium) against the Ben Olson made a lot of progress in one Valleyview Vikings for the year. Devon Harris moved to lineOkanagan Conference title. Olson connected with Cole backer from defensive tackle and he Lawrie on a 30-yard score, hit Dalton made two great interceptions and Anderson for a 33-yard score and could have had a third.” In junior varsity action last found Kyle Richardson for a six-yard TD reception. Richardson hooked up Thursday, the VSS Panthers ambushed with Marshall Kazemir on a five-yard Valleyview 46-6. Ryan Messer earned 180 yards and TD reception (his first as a Maroon). On the ground, Fulton received two TDs on 21 carries, while Matt touchdowns from Kris Davidson (five Forsyth registered 105 yards and one yards) Dan Ferreira (nine yards) and score. Travis Barker added 76 yards Tyler Annesley (three yards for his and one touchdown on 10 rushes, while Colten Klein racked up 70 yards first of the season). Anderson converted five of the and one score on eight carries. Klein also had a 50-yard interception run nine TDs. “We got a lot of our subs in, and which helped set up his own twowe played well mentally,” said Fulton yard TD plunge, and 16 tackles. Tyson coach Mike Scheller. “We only took Taylor scored on a 60-yard pass from one penalty all game, and our kids Matt Forsyth. The Panthers were among three supported their teammates well.” Olson grabbed a fumble and teams finishing at 4-1, but settled for returned it 25 yards for a TD, while third spot due to points differential. Richardson had a 59-yard intercep- VSS opens the playoffs Wednesday, tion for a score. Davidson finished Nov. 10 against Fulton.
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Dining and dancing at Silver Star Mountain Resort is a fun way to spend an evening and on Nov. 19, a great way to benefit Silver Star Adaptive Snow Sports. The second annual Skiers Ball takes place at The Den Bistro and Bar. This fundraiser for Silver Star Adaptive Snow Sports includes a welcome drink, threecourse gourmet dinner, live entertainment by Jessie Jones, a silent auction and door prizes. “This event was a huge success last year, the local residents and businesses were very supportive. The 60 guests had a great time celebrating the start of the ski season,” said Britta Gretzmacher, the race team coordinator for SSASS. “We are very fortunate to have Silver Star Mountain Resort standing behind us and their ongoing support is a crucial factor in the success of our program.” More than $9,000 was raised at the inaugural ball last year and used to buy needed equipment for the local disabled skiers. Out of the 30 regular students, nine are in the Race Program. Travel costs to competitions are high and a custommade sit ski ranges anywhere from $6,000 to $10,000. “We like to see the 30 children and adults, who have a variety of physical and mental challenges, in the program have the opportunity to get out in the fresh air and enjoy the mountain along with the rest of the community. Some participants learn, or relearn, after an injury to ski and are then able to continue to ski with their families and friends,” said Gretzmacher One of the accolades for SSASS comes from Josh Dueck, Paralympian and Olympic Silver Medalist, who after a freak ski accident that left him paralyzed, learned to ski again with the help of one of the instructors of SSASS. He is now an inspiration to the young disabled ski racers. “Our hope is to raise over $10,000
Sept. 26: Born to Ted and Loree Cunningham of Armstrong, B.C., a girl, 7 lbs. 11 oz., named Janae Elinor. A granddaughter for Garry and Rhonda Brozer, Daryl Shiach and Jeannie Annis, Barry and Mary Cunningham, all of Armstrong. A greatgranddaughter for Mildred Giles of Enderby, B.C. Sept. 26: Born to Carlos and Jodi Esau of Enderby, New Additions B.C., a boy, 8 lbs. 3 oz., named Tyson James. A brother for Abigayle, 2. A grandson for Jim Schartner, Rodney and Adeline Esau, all of Enderby. A great-grandson for John and Coreen Schartner of Enderby, Dave Giesbrecht of Armstrong, Edwin Esau of Enderby, Margaret Toews of Abbotsford, B.C. Sept. 26: Born to Ryan Marchand and Sheila Martin of Vernon, a girl, 9 lbs. 6 oz., named Rylee Jean Marchand. A granddaughter for Phil and Cindy Marchand
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Chelaine McInroy races at Silver Star with the Silver Star Adaptive Snow Sports program. with this event,” said Karen Truesdale, with the Skiers Ball organizing committee. “We were able to get some amazing silent auction items, which is the main source of income. WestJet donated a trip for two anywhere they fly and Twin Anchors came through with a large houseboat, plus many other interesting items.” This is becoming the social event of the year, a great start for the skiers’ community to come together at the beginning of the
New arrivals of Armstrong, John and Patricia Martin of Coldstream. A great-granddaughter for Dorothy Martin of Vancouver, Paul Marchand of Elrose, Sask. Sept. 27: Born to Brad Bourgeois and Danielle Covell of Armstrong, B.C., a girl, 6 lbs. 14 oz., named Madilynn Marie Bourgeois. A sister for Emily, 8; Brooklyn, 5. A granddaughter for Karen and Rick Bridger, Jane Bourgeois, all of Armstrong. A great-granddaughter for Marlene Conings of Vernon, B.C. Sept. 28: Born to Beth Pearson and Brian Rounds of Vernon, B.C., a boy, 7 lbs. 8 oz., named Bradley Harold Rounds. A grandson for Sonja Pearson, Keith and Dee Pearson, all of Vernon, Tim and Chris Rounds, Andrea and John Wilson, all of Idaho Falls, Idaho. A great-grandson for Kris and Art Johnson of Vernon, Carole and Lewis Rounds of Idaho Falls. Sept. 29: Born to Dave and Michelle Campbell of Enderby, a girl, 8 lbs. 6 oz., named Claire Patricia-Mae. A granddaughter for Sherry Salt and Harvey Stoesz, Bob Salt, all of Enderby, Bob and Heather
season, enjoying great food, dancing, entertainment and all for a good cause. Tickets are $80 per person, which includes a taxdeductible donation of $20, going directly to SSASS. To order tickets, please call Diane at 250-542-0224 or visit the Silver Star administration front desk, Monday to Friday from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. For more information on SSASS visit www.ssass.bc.ca or call 250-260-3737.
Campbell of 100 Mile House, B.C. A greatgranddaughter for Dave and Lois Skelly of Vernon, Shirley Salt of Enderby. Sept. 30: Born to Nikolas and Paula Roughton of Vernon, a boy, 8 lbs. 8 oz., named Nolan Travis Anthony. A grandson for Randy and Trish Skladon of Vernon, B.C., Linda Roughton of Prince George, B.C., Travis Tribe of Dawson Creek, B.C. A great-grandson for Mary Myer of Calgary, Alta. Sept. 30: Born to Alan Brown and Tammy Melville of Vernon, a girl, 8 lbs. 4 oz., named Alexis Lynn. A sister for Brooke, 13. A granddaughter for Jack and Linda Caslake of Canoe, B.C., Doug and Pat Brown of Vernon, B.C. A great-granddaughter for Edith Brown of Penticton, B.C., Cathy Caslake of Salmon Arm, B.C. Oct. 2: Born to Jordan Paskevich and Tina Abramishvili of Vernon, a girl, 6 lbs. 15 oz., named Sienna Lia. A granddaughter for Lia Abramishvili of Vernon, B.C., Mark and Irene Paskevich of Armstrong, B.C. A great-granddaughter for Mira Shiashvili of Vernon, Margaret and Ernie Paskevich of Sorrento, B.C.
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Elementary students win by a landslide When Vernon Christian School students gave a challenge to their teachers, they rose to the occasion — on to the roof Morning Star Staff
The 130 students at the Vernon Christian Elementary School challenged the male teachers of the school in conjunction with celebrating the 30th anniversary of the annual Terry Fox Run. When Terry had to stop his inaugural run for cancer research in 1980, he had run a total of 3,339 miles. On this 30th anniversary of Terry’s run, the students challenged the male teachers to sleep overnight on the roof of the school, if the students could raise $3,339, one dollar symbolizing each mile Terry had run. History was made, and the students not only raised the challenge amount of $3,339, they surpassed it to reach $6,590.80, only $88 shy of doubling the challenge amount. Principal Steve Onsorge, learning assistance teacher Andy Overend and Grade 3 teacher Jay Donaldson were headed for a night on the roof overlooking the damp, foggy mist of Swan Lake and the echoing drone of Highway 97’s non-stop traffic. It was not a warm night and the men were even ambushed by pranksters throwing water balloons at them in the latenight hours, as they watched a movie projected on the outside wall of the gymnasium. “The chilly, sleepless night was more than worth the sacrifice of our warm beds and dry pajamas for the cause of cancer research,” said Onsorge. Students and staff would like to extend a wonderful bouquet
Principal Steve Onsorge (left) learning assistance teacher Andy Overend and Grade 3 teacher Jay Donaldson tuck into their books as they get ready to spend the night on the roof of Vernon Christian School, a challenge issued to them by the elementary students. of thanks to Grade 1 teacher Alida VanBoven and music teacher Linda Ensing, who got out of their beds at 5:30 a.m. to get to the school and cook a huge tasty breakfast for the cold and wet roof-top campers. The event ended with the campers greeting the students from the roof, as they arrived for class Oct. 1. “Thanks to all of the family, friends and neighbors who
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Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - The Morning Star B9
Sweet or hot: peppers add flavour
alloween is over and if you want to use your pumpkin, cut it in large pieces and bake it until soft. Scoop out the flesh and follow your favourite recipe or try the one below. I recently discovered that there is an overabundant supply of peppers and chilies still available at Swan Lake and at bargain prices I might add. It’s the perfect opportunity to make up a few batches of sweet or hot pepper jellies to serve, or to give as gifts during the holiday season. Chilies have a high content of vitamin C as well as large quantities of vitamin A and essential minerals.
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Joan McIntyre presents her singing workshop, Finding Your Own Voice. “Besides being fun, singing is a natural, therapeutic, healing release which many of us deny ourselves. Some of us have been told we can’t sing and don’t; others have simply decided somewhere along life’s path that they had no voice and shut up,” said McIntyre, a professional singer who believes in Joan McIntyre the power of singing to lead people to self-discovery, new confidence and the thrill of conquering fears which lead to change in all areas of life. “Singing is one of the most satisfying modes of self-expression. Together we will discover the joys of singing,” said McIntyre.
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Community Calendar NOVEMBER 3 NOBODY’S PERFECT PARENTING PROGRAM Now accepting registration for this session, which begins Nov. 3. For parents who have little access to other parenting resources, this is a free program for parents of children from birth to age five. Offered as a series held over four or five weeks. Each session about three hours. Gives parents a safe place to meet others with children of the same age and with whom they share interests and concerns. Nobody’s Perfect programs are always free of charge, and child minding and transportation assistance are available. For more information on this program offered by the Okanagan Boys and Girls Club or to register, please call Claudine at 250-550-7359. VERNON AND DISTRICT KENNEL CLUB MEETS The first Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. at the People Place, 3402-27th Ave. This is an opportunity to connect with others involved in many different dog sports in the area. A fun club with friendly people and new members always welcome. Call Jayne at 250-545-0187 for more information. NORTH OKANAGAN NATURALISTS CLUB Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m., Orville Dyer will speak on The Species At Risk Program, at the Vernon Lodge. VERNON SENIORS CHOIR Meets Wednesdays at 12:30 p.m. at the Halina Centre, under the direction of Lyn Taron. We sing four-part harmony. If you like to sing, come and join us; no auditions required. For more info., call 250-545-3119. VERNON WOMEN IN BUSINESS Meets the first and third Wednesday of each month at Schubert Centre for networking 11:30 a.m. to noon, buffet lunch noon to 1 p.m. Members, $14; non-members, $20. VWIB offers networking opportunities and inspires, educates and motivates women to be the best they can in their business and personal lives. For more info., see www.vwib.com or e-mail email@example.com. KALAMALKA TOASTMASTERS CLUB 4869 meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m. at the Holiday Inn, 4716 - 34 St. Come and gain confidence in your public speaking skills. Call Mike McMorran at 250-260-2811 for more details. HALINA SENIORS CENTRE 50+ welcome to come out and participate in carpet bowling Wednesdays from 1 to 3 p.m. at 3310-37th Ave. Call 250-542-2877 for more information. GLASS STUDIO DROP-IN SESSION Wednesdays 9:3012:30 at the Vernon Community Arts Centre or anytime the studio is not in use by a class. The Glass Studio is open for drop-in to students who have completed the Intro to Stained Glass course. Come in and work on your stained glass pieces in the studio. $11.20 per session, includes tools but not supplies. For more information call 250-542-6243. LAPIDARY DROP-IN SESSIONS Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. at the Vernon Community Arts Centre. Geodes, opals and quartz, oh my! Cutting and polishing rocks is great fun! Open to members of the Vernon Lapidary and Mineral Club. For more info, visit www.vernonrockhounds.com $5.60 per session, $50.40 for a 10 x pass. For more information call 250-542-6243. PREGNANCY LOSS SUPPORT GROUP Run by Jennifer Patrick, founder of Vernon’s Pregnancy & Infant Loss Awareness “A Walk to Remember.” Meets first and third Wednesday of the month from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at The Talk’n Donkey, 3923-32nd St. Drop-in group, no charge to attend, for anyone who has experienced such a loss, regardless of how long ago the loss occurred. You may choose to talk or just listen. No one is asked to share if they don’t feel comfortable doing so. For more information, call Jennifer Patrick at 250-938-2331 or Melody Miller at 250-540-2449 or e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org NEW STITCHERS GROUP Stitchers of all levels welcome! Meet the first Wednesday of every month at 6770 Cools Rd. from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Children are welcome, too! If you enjoy cross-stitching or other types of needlework, please come! For info., call Kathleen at 250-541-0227. ALZHEIMER SUPPORT GROUPS The Alzheimer Society of B.C. early stage support group meets the first Wednesday of the month from 10 to 11:30 a.m. Support group for care-
Feature Event: Charles Bloom secondary school PAC holds auction Nov. 6
osted by the school’s parent advisory council, the auction takes place at Whitevalley Community Centre, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. As we will have a no-host bar, no minors please. We have a fabulous raffle basket, a balloon pop, with one lucky winner receiving a 14 Karat gold necklace. There will be both a live and silent auction, with some of the prizes including a sterling silver blue topaz ring and matching necklace, two Canucks vs. Senators tickets with accommodation, a load of ﬁrewood, hockey jerseys and much more. All proceeds from the auction will go back into the school. Please bring a non-perishable food item for the Lumby food bank. Shaw Cable and Campbells will each match what we bring and all food donations will stay in Lumby. givers also meets the first Wednesday of the month, 7:30 to 9 p.m. Both meetings at the People Place, room 102. Call tollfree, 1-800-634-3399. THE VERNON DIET CLUB MEETS Every Wednesday in the basement of Peace Lutheran Church. Weigh-in between 8:30 and 9:30 a.m. Short meeting to follow. Anyone wishing support in weight-management is welcome. Call 542-3252. IS SCRABBLE ON YOUR “TO DO” LIST? Join the local “Scrabblers” every Wednesday at 10 a.m., Schubert Centre. Come out and learn with us! Call 542-0892 for more info. THE SCHUBERT CENTRE We have many activities for seniors 50+ to enjoy. We’re open 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., seven days a week. Office hours are Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. The pool room and coffee shop are open daily. The Thrift Shop is open Monday to Friday. For more information, please call 250-549-4201. Thursdays it’s tai chi, seniors’ support group (fourth Thursday), Fun Time for Seniors, line dancing, exercise class, wood carving, Friday’s it’s canasta, mah jongg, happy hour with live music. PARENT AND CHILD WALK IN THE PARK Hosted by Aboriginal Infant and Early Childhood Development Centre. Everyone welcome, meet 10 a.m., Wednesdays at 2905-29th Ave. Meet other parents, get fit and win a prize. Step challenge, pedometer supplied for the walk. Join anytime. For more information, call 542-7578. ENDERBY WHEELS TO MEALS Every Wednesday, fullcourse meal for $6, for seniors at the Enderby Seniors Complex, 11:30 a.m. Call Melody at 250-838-6439 for info. LADIES OF THE ROYAL PURPLE Come join the great ladies of the Royal Purple Lodge #123. We are a non-profit group meeting at the Elks Hall on the first and third Wednesday of the month. Meeting starts 1 p.m. or bring your lunch at join us at noon. For more information, call 545-6810.
NOVEMBER 4 OKANAGAN SINGLES GROUP 40+ Nov. 4, Probus meeting at 10 a.m., Knox Presbyterian Church. Probus is a group of retired professional business people Call Dot if attending at 250-542-4042. THE FRIENDS OF HISTORY MEET Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. at The Pantry. Guest speaker will be Mary Ellison Bailey on the topic of her grandmother, Sophia Ellison, wife of pioneer Price Ellison and Vernon’s first school teacher. All are welcome to attend. Lunch is available. WOMEN’S EMPOWERMENT PROGRAM November group sessions. Nov. 4 from 1 to 4 p.m. it’s “Finding Work with Purpose and Passion: Myers Briggs Personality Type Indicator,” with Joanne Feenstra from North Okanagan Employment Enhancement Society, at 3201 – 30th St., Suite 102. Nov. 18 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. it’s “Transitioning into Employment: What are your options for training and educational opportunities and what you need to know to move forward,” with Lana Revak from Ministry of Housing and Social Development. Nov. 25 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. it’s “About the Job Market: Changing or Starting New Career, labour market trends and what employers are looking for.
Programs open to all women who are seeking positive transformation in their lives. At the Vernon Women’s Centre, 3309-32nd Ave. For more information, call 250-542-7531. A DISEASE CALLED ALCOHOLISM Public forum sponsored by AA Nov. 4 from 7 to 9 p.m. at the People Place, suite 101, 3402-27th Ave. If you or someone you know may have a problem with alcohol, please come to our public information forum. Refreshments on us! Speakers followed by question period. Call Al at 250-503-0243 for more information. SENIORS’ ACTIVITY CENTRE, ARMSTRONG We’re at 2520 Patterson Ave. Are you 55+ and looking for something to do? Visit the Activity Centre for fun and friendship. Thursdays it’s bridge at 1 p.m. For information call Joy at 250-546-8907 or Nancy at 250-546-8158. THE VERNON SILVER STAR QUILTERS Meets at 9:30 a.m. on the first and third Thursday at St. John’s Lutheran Church. New members or guests welcome. For more information, see our website at www.vssq.org KNITTING CIRCLE ARMSTRONG We invite you to a relaxing evening of sharing, learning and meeting new friends. Bring a project — needles and yarn — or just yourself. Beginners always welcome. Now accepting yarn donations for local charitable projects. See www.knittingcircle.ca or call Judy at 546-9475 or Marlene at 546-6325 for more information. We meet first, third and fourth Thursdays of the month. FREE BLOOD PRESSURE AND WEIGH-IN CLINIC The first Thursday of every month from 10 a.m. to noon at the Schubert Centre. Ask at the front desk for room location. THE ARTHRITIS SUPPORT GROUP Meets the first Friday of the month from 1 to 3 p.m. at the People Place, 3402-27th Ave. All welcome. Call Carolyn at 542-6333 or see www. arthritis.ca for more information. RUG HOOKERS MEET Meets the first and third Thursday at 1 p.m. at the Halina Centre. Call Pat Robertson at 260-1300 for more info. VERNON LIONS CLUB MEETS First and third Thursdays of the month at the Den, 3313B-30th Ave., 6 p.m. New members welcome. Call Ken at 545-2722. PYTHIAN SISTERS VERNON TEMPLE #21 Meets the first and third Thursdays at 1:30 p.m. at Schubert Centre. Contact Betty at 542-8450. AA MEETINGS ON THURSDAYS Upon Awakening meeting, Monday to Friday 7 a.m., Anglican Church, 3205-27th St. (back door), Vernon. Nooner Solution Group Monday to Friday, noon, open, VTC, 2810-48th Ave. (H) Thursday Morning Step Group (H), open, 10 a.m., Schubert Centre, 3505-30th Ave. BYOBB Group (H) closed meeting 8 p.m., Mug and Muffin, 2801B-34th St. Thursday discussion group (X) open, 8 p.m., VTC. (H) handicap access. (X) no access VINTAGE CARS Are you interested in old cars? The Vintage Car Club of Canada, North Okanagan chapter, meets at The Pantry in Vernon the first Thursday of every month at 7:30 p.m. We welcome interested guests and new members. Please note: though owning a vintage car may be desirable, it is not a necessity. For more information, call Robert at 260-3969, Glen at 546-3252 or e-mail to email@example.com.
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Community Calendar NOVEMBER 4 NEW HOPE FOR WIDOWS & WIDOWERS COFFEE Weekly coffee at the New Hope office, Thursdays 9:30 11:30 a.m. Our office and resource centre is in the People Place, room #004, coffee time will take place in #003. Join us at 3402 - 27th Ave, Vernon, or call 250-545-6004 for info. VERNON AND DISTRICT ANIMAL CARE SOCIETY We have a lost-and-found cat registry. If you have found a cat, or your cat has gone missing, please call Margaret at 542-3980 with a description of the cat and we will do our best to help. The registry is anonymous, we only require info. about the cat. FREE LEGAL DROP-IN CLINIC Every Thursday from 7 - 9 p.m., room 303, the People Place, 3402-27th Ave. Open to all, regardless of financial circumstances, volunteer lawyers provide up to 15 minutes of basic advice on legal issues. For more information or to make an appointment, call Colleen Hoople, Specialized Victim Assistance, at 542-3322 or Wynn Hartfelder, Outreach, at 542-1185. MULTIPLES GROUP Support group for families with twins and triplets. For more information, call Trina at 545-9825. TOPS GROUP MEETS THURSDAYS St. John’s Lutheran Church, 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Cost is $25 to join and $5 monthly fee. For more information, call Marlyn at 545-8124. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 25 VERNON Open cribbage, Thursdays at 2 p.m. We are always looking for more players, so join the fun with a member and ask how you can become a member of the legion as well! The Legion closes at 6 p.m. on Thursdays. DROP-IN CRIB AT THE EAGLES Fraternal Order of Eagles welcomes you for crib every Thursday at 2 p.m. FEDERAL SUPERANNUATES MEET Nov. 4 at 10 a.m. at People Place, 3402-27th Ave. . Coffee and refreshments served. Guest speaker from Interior Health. Tickets for Christmas lunch will be sold at the meeting.
UPCOMING VERNON LAPIDARY AND MINERAL CLUB Demonstration and sale of rocks, minerals and jewelry Nov. 5 and 6 at the Village Green Mall. BUDDHIST MEDITATION CLASS with monk Gen Kelsang Sanden Nov. 5, 7-8:45 p.m., Vernon library, 3001-32nd Ave. Cass topic will be “What Is Anger?” Drop-in class, no registration necessary. Fees: adults $10; seniors $5; students $5. For more information, see www.shantideva.ca or call 250558-0952. No fragrance please. OKANAGAN SINGLES GROUP 40+ Nov. 5, dance to music of J.C. at Army & Navy Club, 2500-46th Ave. Come and dance. Music runs 7:30 to11:30 p.m. Call Dot at 250-542-4042 by Thursday if attending so seats can be saved. No cover. B.C. GOV’T RETIRED EMPLOYEES’ ASSOC. LUNCHEON Nov. 5, at 12:30 p.m., Schubert Centre. AGM report, Christmas luncheon tickets go on sale. WONDERCAFE.LIVE! IN LUMBY Open Mic Night on Nov. 5, at the United Church Hall, from 7-9 p.m. Come and celebrate our diversity as people with poems, songs, stories, concerns, ideals, celebrations of joy and silly or smart comments. Have your five minutes of fame. Prize for most unique presentation. Questions? Call Dave at 250-547-6368. VERNON JUBILEE HOSPITAL AUXILIARY Win a vacation on Shuswap for 8-10 people. Value: $2,745. Donated by Waterway Canada. Tickets $10, available from auxiliary members or at hospital Gift Shop or call Connie at 250545-5595. Draw Dec. 15 at 3 p.m. Please help us reach our goal of furnishing the intensive care room in Tower of Care. Raffle dates: Nov. 5, Canadian Tire, 8 a.m. - 4 p.m.; Nov.12, Safeway (downtown), 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Nov.13, Schubert Centre, 8 - 11 a.m.; Nov. 19 and 20, Superstore, 11 a.m.-3 p.m.; Dec. 11, Schubert Centre, 8-11 a.m. GENTLE (YIN) YOGA & BREATHING CLASS Fridays at noon at the People Place, room 006. Class geared toward seniors and those recovering from illness or injury, those who have limited range of motion and those who want the gentle approach but want all of the positive benefits yoga has to offer: increased energy, better quality of energy, stabil-
ity, balance, increased flexibility and increased overall well being physically, emotionally and mentally. Done in a chair, no yoga mat required. Class starts Nov. 5. and runs as long as there is interest. By donation only ($5 suggested). Taught by Melissa with Blue Eagle Yoga, whose specialty is yoga therapy. If you have enjoyed the breathing classes, you may love this next progression in practice: gentle yoga movements that encourage deep, deeper and deepest breathing. Yoga is renowned for its healing benefits! THE POWER OF ONE WORKSHOP Six workshops, first one is Nov. 5 at The Prestige Inn, Vernon. Check in 12:30 p.m., workshop runs 1 to 4 p.m. Workshops facilitated by the Women’s Enterprise Centre. This workshop is for any business owner, whether experienced or novice, who needs to kick-start their sales strategy. Cost: $15 for Vernon Women in Business members; $30 for non-members. Members save $15 when you sign up for all six workshops: only $75. Nonmembers Save $30 when you sign up for all six workshops: only $150. Price includes all course materials. For a description and dates for all the workshops go to www.vwib.com. For info. contact Shelley Haslett at firstname.lastname@example.org OLD TIME DANCE IN THE ENDERBY DRILL HALL Nov. 5 from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Music by Valley Five. Adults, $6; students, $3. Lunch included. Everyone welcome. For more information, call 545-5414 or 545-4220l.
their heels, Dogwood hall at recreation centre (3310-37th Ave.), 8 p.m. to midnight, with the live sounds of Wyshbone. Admission is $9 for members and $12 for non-members. Light lunch provided with price of admission. Tickets available at door. Call Eva at 545-1179 or Lottie at 549-2495. ENDERBY LIBRARY FRIENDS Book sale Nov. 6 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Senior’ Complex, corner of Hwy 97 and Mill St. All proceeds will go to the Enderby Library. FRATERNAL ORDER OF EAGLES Fowl supper Nov. 6, with two sittings: 4:30 p.m. and 6:30 p.m. Ham and turkey, veggies, pie for dessert. Entertainment included. Proceeds to the Disaster Relief Trailer Fund. Advance tickets from the Eagles or call 250-542-3003. FUNDRAISER FOR MISSIONARY Nov. 6 from 9:30 -11:30 a.m., St. Joseph’s Parish Hall, 3335 Patterson St, Armstrong. Presenting Epicure Selections and The Pampered Chef, offering the finest quality food products, hand-crafted spices, as well as the finest kitchen tools and cook books. A fundraiser in support of Lindsay Richey, who is travelling to Australia this January as a missionary with NET Australia. Come support Lindsay and get this year’s Christmas gifts. THE SINGING HILLS IN CONCERT! Nov. 6 at 7 p.m., First Baptist Church, 1406-32nd Ave., Vernon. Freewill offering will be taken. For more information, call 250-542-0128. OFF THE DECK ART MARTS AT CAETANI HOUSE The Caetani winter markets offer the opportunity to buy that one-of-a-kind Christmas gift. Painting, etching, garments, sculpture, crafts and music will be on sale at the Art Marts, featuring Caetani artists Angela Broad, Devon Muhlert, Mireille Gourlay, Shannon Marsh and Sandra DeVries and member artists Carolina Sanchez, Sheila Campbell and Sheila McGuinn. Nov. 6 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Caetani Cultural Centre on Pleasant Valley Road. NORTH OKANAGAN HISTORICAL SOCIETY Fall meeting Nov. 7 from 2 to 4 p.m., Schubert Centre, 3505-30th Ave. Arlene Kermode Smith presents “Early Photographers in the North Okanagan,” which will include display of some of her father’s cameras. Additional background info. provided by Ken Ellison. All welcome. If you need transportation to/from meeting, call Pat McAllister at 250-558-1440. SOLD The Society for Open Learning and Discussion meets Nov. 8, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m., at the People Place downstairs. Actress Christine Pilgrim will take us inside the real life of an actor with her topic “Surviving as an Actor.” Expect some comic acting as well! New members and visitors welcome. For info. call Nadine at 250-549-1479. ROYAL CANADIAN LEGION BRANCH 189 OYAMA Ladies Auxiliary meets Nov. 8 at 1 p.m. at the branch. All members are urged to attend. THE VERNON BMX ASSOCIATION AGM Annual general meeting Nov. 9 at 7 p.m. at The Pantry Restaurant. All members and interested parties welcome.
CHRONIC DISEASE SELF-MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Nov. 6 to Dec. 11, Saturdays from 9:30 a.m. to noon, People Placer, lower level, room 003. Presented by the Family Resource Centre in partnership with University of Victoria’s Centre on Aging. Free six-session workshops for adults with ongoing physical/mental health or pain conditions. To register, call 1-866-902-3767 or email@example.com. OPERATION CHRISTMAS CHILD SHOEBOX PACKING PARTY Annual event Nov. 6 between 4 and 6 p.m., Coldstream Christian Church, 9904 Kalamalka Lake Rd. A project of Samaritan’s Purse, which sends boxes of gifts to children in need around the world. We have done all the shopping for you! We will supply the boxes, the supplies, the letters (for you to fill out) to make an exciting gift to kids of all ages. Suggested donation is $20 to help cover costs of supplies and shipping, but any amount will help. Bring your family and friends and enjoy sending a special gift to a child in need this Christmas. Call Kendra at 250-542-6550 for more info. THE VERNON RCMP FALL BALL Proceeds to Jean Minguy Memorial RCMP Youth Academy. Put on your dancing shoes and dance the night away for a good cause. Enjoy the piano stylings ofVerne Bryant with musical guests The Kings, Nov. 6 at the Schubert Centre; cocktails at 6 p.m. dinner at 7 p.m.; dance at 8:30 p.m. Please contact Rachael Zubick at 250-550-7840 for information and tickets! JINGLE BELL BAZAAR Winfield United Church’s event Nov. 6 from 10:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. at the Winfield Seniors’ Centre, 9832 Bottom Wood Lake Rd. Door prize, bake AUTHORIZED LENNOX DEALER table, collectibles, Christmas THERE’S NO BETTER TIME TO SAVE $$ ON gift baskets, YOUR knitting, sewing, High Efficiency produce, plants, Furnaces and Heat Pumps. We offer complete HVAC services, including dried flowers, maintenance and service of your furnace. preserves, books, silent auction, Sales and installation of high–efficiency furnaces, air conditioners, humidifiers, toy shop. Please fireplaces & more. come for lunch. THE VERNON Residential x Commercial SINGLES CLUB Call today for your free, no obligation quote Hosting a dance Nov. 6. Again this will be an open dance so Plumbing x Heating x Air Conditioning x Sheet Metal everyone bring a 4315-25th Avenue, Vernon friend and come 250-542-7255 out and kick up
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Halloween has come and gone and your Jack oâ€™ lantern is starting to look more sad than scary. Lake Country residents should remember it can be reincarnated. Instead of throwing â€œJackâ€? into the garbage, consider composting your Halloween pumpkin. â€œPumpkins are rich in nitrogen, a necessary part of your composterâ€™s diet,â€? said Rae Stewart, a waste reduction facilitator with the Central Okanagan Regional District. â€œSimply chop up your pumpkin into smaller pieces and toss it into your backyard composter with some fall leaves. It will break down nicely to become a nutrient rich soil amendment you can put on your garden or flower beds next spring.â€? It is estimated that 25,000, or about nine tonnes of pumpkins will be disposed of this fall within CORD. If you donâ€™t compost, you can include your pumpkin in your next yard waste pick up. Simply place your pumpkin in your wheeled cart with the green lid, and it will be picked up on your regular yard waste collection day.
Check your Living Greener calendar for yard waste pickup schedules in your area. Lake Country residents can also take their pumpkin to Glenmore landfill free of charge, along with grass, leaves, pine needles, and prunings up to 20 centimeters in diameter. The free drop-off for yard waste up to 250 kilograms runs year round. For more information on Lake Country composting or yard waste collection programs, go to regionaldistrict.com or call 250469-6250.
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A memorial dedication ceremony will be held at the Falkland Cemetery for the late Mrs. Grace Hennessey on November 7th at 2:00 P.M. Larry Jontz ofďŹ ciating. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. Donations to Heart & Stroke Foundation. Tea to follow at Seniors Hall. George Hennessey (Husband)
EVA (CAMERON) ALBERT FEB.19, 1930 - OCT. 29, 2010
Eva Helen Pukari was born in Rock Point, Sask. to Finnish immigrant parents Axel and Olga Pukari, the eldest of 4 children. Sadly, her father passed away in 1940 when she was only 10, making life difÂżcult for her family. At the age of 17, Eva left her family in Saskatchewan and made her way to Vancouver, followed in succession by Solsqua (Sicamous), Kelowna and Revelstoke where she worked at Queen Victoria Hospital. November 7th, 1950 she married Ken Cameron, a Canadian PaciÂżc Âżreman./engineer. They had 2 daughters, Elaine and Karen. Eva and Ken remained in Revelstoke until May 1979 when Ken could hold a job on the Vernon Switcher. They bought a home in Vernon. Ken retired from CP in October 1983 and they enjoyed their retirement travelling, dancing, golf and horseshoes until Ken passed away in May 1992. Eva remained in Vernon, and sure enough, love once again appeared in her life in 1993 in the form of Ervin Albert. They married July 14th, 1995 and enjoyed many travels and adventures. Left to mourn her passing, loving husband Ervin Albert, daughters Elaine (Tim) Buchanan and Karen (Verne) Kozmick, stepson George (Georgine) Albert, brother Roy Pukari (Carolyn), granddaughters Kim (Pascal) Blommestein and Heather Cretelli (Ben Parkin); and grandsons Garrett Kozmick (Angeline Gagnon) ; Ryan (Jeanelle) Cretelli and Steven Albert; 8 great-grandchildren; as well as a host of nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. Predeceased by her father Axel in 1940, brother George in 1958, brother Bruno in 1979, mother Olga in 1986 and 1st husband Ken in 1992. Always a devoted wife and loving mother, she became â€˜Super Nanaâ€™ when her grand-children arrived on the scene â€“ they were always very special to her. Eva loved animals and had a passion for horses that lasted throughout her lifetime. She loved sports, softball, badminton, curling, golÂżng, ,horseback riding, cross-country skiing, horse-shoes, bowling and dancing-Âżrst with Ken and the dancing continued on with Ervin. She was creative and artistically talented-she could do anything and do it well-gardening, baking, snow sculpture, sewing, photography, embroidery, crochet, pottery and sculpture, china painting, paper crafts, drawing, painting â€“ just to name a few of her artistic pursuits. In Revelstoke, she became active in Brownies, holding the title of â€˜Tawny Owlâ€™ for many years. She also belonged to the Revelstoke Art Group, curling and ski clubs and assisted with local community groups. In Vernon, she was a member of the Horse-Shoe club, curling club, Happy Dancers, Halina Pattern Dancers, Halina Seniors Centre and bowling leagues. Her home was always open and often provided for many family and friends.Eva also loved camping and travelling. She visited Finland twice, Âżrst with her mother in 1968 and then with Ken and her brother Roy and his wife in 1975 to visit and connect with relatives. Other travels included Hawaii, Puerto Vallarta, Palm Springs and Disneyland, Yuma, Carribean Cruise, Las Vegas, Reno, Eastern Canada, Branson, and many trips in the motor home with Ervin to horse-shoe tournaments and music festivals, fall fairs, Seniors Games, Alaska, Yukon and NWT and family get-togethers in Alberta and Saskatchewan. She will lovingly be remembered for her generous spirit, friendliness and her love for family and friends. A service of remembrance will be held Friday, Nov. 5th at 1:00 p.m. at the Pleasant Valley Funeral Home Chapel with a reception following the service at the Halina Seniors Center in the Vernon Rec Centre complex. Arrangements are in the care of Vernon Funeral Home 250-542-0155. Condolences may be offered at www.vernonfuneralhome.com
Wilfred Joseph Leboe Mar. 25, 1919 â€“ Oct. 27, 2010
Surrounded by his three loving daughters, and great granddaughter, feeling the love of his three sons. Wilf Leboe, pilot, inventor, author, mentor, lumberman, philosopher, musician, dog lover, realtor, ďŹ sherman, naturist, storyteller, humanitarian, earned another set of wings, October 27, 2010, a sunny day.
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Dona Onderwater On Oct 31/10 Dona Onderwater , 68yrs old passed away very peacefully. She will always be remembered as a very caring and giving lady with a ďŹ‚are of strong will to keep ďŹ ghting for what she wanted and felt deserved. Dona had a full life - she had dreams to ďŹ ll and dreams that she ďŹ lled. She climbed over her last hurdle to leave us as a very healthy and happy lady. Now she was ready to take a new challenge on a journey none of us have taken. She left in peace with the sun radiating off her face on the journey to freedom and pain free peace. She is survived by her children, Kathaleen (Gerald) Olzsweski , Nancy, Bernard (Leanne), Donald, 3 grandchildren Nicole, Martin and Penny Olzsweski, 7 brothers and sisters and their extended families & her mother Florence Barrett. There will be a celebration of life, casual get together, to celebrate the days Dona spent with us on Thursday, Nov 4 /10 from 3pm to 6pm at 4181 Birch Drive Armstrong (Spallumcheen) BC. Email tradesgirls@ gmail.com for directions. Please no ďŹ‚owers. Dona requests donations to the Arthritis Society. Cremation arrangements are in the care of Vernon Funeral Home 250-542-0155.
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Mary Jane Campbell Nov. 5, 1926 - Nov. 3, 2002
Time takes away the edge of grief, but memory turns back every leaf. Love Nancy, Sandra, Bruce and Ian.
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KLEIN, Herbert "Herb" Edgar May 24, 1933 - October 27, 2010
After a hopeful and focused 3 year effort to heal a pancreatic cancer, Herb passed away at home with Carroll in the early morning of October 27, 2010. We hope he was hitting a great golf shot in his dreams! Herb was predeceased by his parents David and Alvine; and by his two sisters Margaret and Laura. Herb is survived by his wife Carroll; his children Michelle (George), Renee and David (Suzanne); his grandson Eli; his sister Sue Dale in Abbotsford; his nephew David Campion in Victoria; and Carrollâ€™s sister-in-law Laura Coventry in Nelson. Herb grew up on his family farm in the Rosemont area of Nelson, BC as the only boy among three sisters. His German immigrant parents' values and daily farm chores contributed to a strong work ethic and a commitment to excellence that was to serve him well in his life. He focused early in life on two loves - music and golf. As a young boy, he earned money hunting golf balls and later caddying. He played many instruments, but is best remembered for his touch on the piano and his accompaniment of his (soon to be) wife Carroll, and other singers. Herb and Carroll were married in 1957 and moved to Chetwynd, BC where Herb had a job as principal of the 2 room school. They later moved back to Nelson for several years and then settled their young family ďŹ nally in Vernon in 1966. Herb taught elementary, high school and college through his teaching career in Vernon, including several years as an associate of Simon Frazer University Professional Development (teacher training) program. He retired early to pursue his love of golf, and became the ďŹ rst Canadian to be accepted into the Maltby Clubmaker training school. He started Gemini Golf and for over 30 years got great joy out of helping golfers hit a better shot. Herb and Carroll recently moved back to Nelson where they had just ďŹ nished renovating a house on their lake property. In addition to working tirelessly to improve his skills at whatever he was doing, Herb was quick to laugh and enjoyed a good story or joke. He was an avid reader and was always learning some new fact that he loved to share with anyone who was interested. Herb was very thankful for all the excellent medical people he met both in Vernon and Nelson. A Celebration of Life will be held at Vernon Christian Fellowship (4506 29 Street, Vernon BC) on Friday November 5, 2010 at 11:00 a.m. Rick Corak ofďŹ ciating. In lieu of ďŹ‚owers, donations may be made to the Hospital Foundation in Vernon or Nelson. Expressions of sympathy may be forwarded to the family via email: email@example.com. Arrangements entrusted to PERSONAL ALTERNATIVE FUNERAL SERVICES Vernon 250-558-0866 and Armstrong 250-546-7237
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DISTRICT MANAGER Required for Marquise Hospitality Services division. This exciting opportunity provides integrated support services including dining, laundry, maintenance and housekeeping services to Healthcare Facilities across Western Canada. The District Manager will oversee multiple healthcare facilities, managers and supervisors in the Fraser Valley area in BC, reporting to the Chief Executive Ofﬁcer. The District Manager is also responsible for all activities, including staff, client relations and budgets, at all sites within the region. Applicant will be an excellent ambassador of the Marquise Group and liaison between Marquise and clients. Will be required to carry out related duties of the food services department in addition to housekeeping, laundry and maintenance. Other responsibilities include; scheduling of staff for the Food Service Department, understanding and implementing HACCP rules and rationale, orientation and training of new staff and ensuring OH&S practices in the workplace. To be successful in this role, you must be committed to excellent service and superior client relations. You must also be a motivating leader who is able to mentor and develop your employees. Relocation packages are available. Please send resumes directly to HS504.mar email@example.com
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Roga Contracting Ltd., a logging and log hauling contractor located in B. C., is looking to ¿ll positions in their cut-to-length operations in the Thompson-Okanagan (Interior) of BC. Preferred Experience 5+ yrs:
PAYROLL AND BENEFITS ADMINISTRATOR Kal Tire is Canada’s largest independent tire dealer, with over 220 locations throughout Canada, along with a warehousing and distribution network, retreading facilities and mining tire operations. We are seeking a motivated and experienced Payroll and Beneﬁts Administrator to join our Payroll team at our ofﬁce in Vernon. This is an exciting opportunity for individuals wishing to further their career with the support and assistance of the Kal Tire organization. A detailed job description and list of qualiﬁcations along with information regarding Kal Tire may be viewed on our website at www.kaltire.com/careers. In addition to a competitive salary range and beneﬁts package, employees share in a company-wide proﬁt sharing plan that recognizes individual and team contributions. Interested applicants should submit their resumes to Jolene Campbell, at Kal Tire, 2501–48th Ave., P.O. Box 1240, Vernon, BC V1T 6N6 or fax 250-558-3296 or email firstname.lastname@example.org by November 5th, 2010.
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PROCARE INSTITUTE has been in operation since 1987 and is an accredited institution, with Private Career Training Institute Agency (PCTIA), the ofﬁcial career body responsible for registering and accrediting all the private colleges in the province. Our curriculum exceeds the standard set by the Provincial Government. The beneﬁts of ProCare training are: • Over 98% employment rate • Proven method of training • Instruction on site by experienced nurses • Small class sizes • Earn $18-$22 an hour after graduation • Convenient locations Requirements for the program are: • Grade 11, or have adult student status We require photo ID as proof of age for our adult students. • Medical clearance, TB test, Criminal Record Check THE COURSE INCLUDES • • • • • • •
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Loader Operator Dangle-Head Processsor Operator We offer competitive wages with a full medical and dental bene¿t package. If you are interested in this long-term employment opportunity please send your resume to: Jennifer@roga.ca No phone calls, thank you. We thank all those who express interest but will only contact those to be interviewed.
Case Furniture Gallery is an established leader in the supply of home furnishings and appliances in the Okanagan. We are committed to creating the “ultimate” customer experience in product and service satisfaction. We are looking for reliable, team oriented individuals with exceptional communication skills in our Vernon and Enderby stores for the position of Sales Professional. Requirements: • Superior interpersonal, communication and relationship skills • Must be able to multi-task in a high paced environment • Maintain positive attitude • Ability to work well in a team environment Case Furniture Gallery offers an excellent salary and benefits package. This position is year round, full-time and reports to the Director of Sales and the store manager. Qualified applicants interested in joining our “family” organization are encouraged to submit a resume and cover letter (in Word or pdf format) by email to email@example.com or by fax 250-545-7285 to the attention of Human Resources. Cut-off date for taking applications is Nov. 12th, 2010. Only those applicants selected for an interview will be contacted. NO phone calls please.
Sales... Are you looking for a new career with an unlimited opportunity for advancement? Would you like to be recognized as a professional salesperson in one of the country’s leading automobile dealerships? If so, our salespeople earn an excellent income and enjoy the beneﬁts of working with a successful and progressive dealership. If you’re currently a professional in automobile sales or if you’re serious about a career change and are looking for the training and guidance that are essential for long term success - we’d like to talk to you. Contact: Dana Agar, Sales Manager 4607 27th St., Vernon, BC V1T 4Y8 • 250-545-2261 firstname.lastname@example.org
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Become a Psychiatric Nurse in your own community There is an urgent need for more Registered Psychiatric Nurses (RPN), particularly outside the urban areas of the province. And with the workforce aging – the average age of a Registered Psychiatric Nurse in BC is 47 years – the number of retirees from the profession is exceeding the number of graduates. Entry-level earnings start at $29/hour. Train Locally – The only program of its kind in BC, students can learn within their local communities via distance education, local and/or regional clinical placements, and some regional classroom delivery. This 23 month program is recognized by the CRPNBC. Government funding may be available.
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CMH Heli-Skiing We have an immediate opening for a skilled worker to join our Maintenance team at Galena Lodge; a high end back-country operation located near Trout Lake, BC. This yearround position involves supervising the day-to-day upkeep of the lodge, as well as long term maintenance. Preferred skills and experience diesel engine maintenance small engine repair electrical, plumbing or a ticket/degree in a related ﬁeld ability to do some heavy lifting OH&S Level 1 First Aid and Transportation Endorsement self motivated and hands-on mutli-tasker committed to delivering outstanding guest services skier/boarder/ hiker If you have the right skills and experience and are willing to meet the demands of a complex high-end tourism operation, please send your resume to: Bud Wenzel Canadian Mountain Holidays Box 1660, Banff AB T1L 1J6 firstname.lastname@example.org www.c anadianmountainholidays.com Interviews will be on-going. Deadline for applications Nov. 19, 2010 COMMERCIAL SEAMSTRESS NEEDED IMM Part time/contract work (could lead to full time) with ﬂexible hours. Must be able to read patterns, have commercial sewing experience and able to work independently. Wages based on experience. Please send your resume to email@example.com Int’l Nutritional Co. seeks consultants to Work @ Home (P/T;F/T) Details @ www.provensolutionsonline.com; or call 1-877-737-3438
DOZER & Hoe Operators required for Company that constructs oil ﬁeld roads & leases. Require operators with oil ﬁeld lease & road construction experience. Competitive wages. Rooms & Meals provided by the company. Call 1-(780)723-5051, Edson AB. Drivers wanted immediately for hauling water and oil in Saskatchewan. First Aide & H2S tickets an asset.Consider relocation to SaskatchewanFax Drivers abstract to 306845-2257. Medical Ofﬁce Trainees Needed! Drs. & Hospitals need Medical Ofﬁce & Medical Admin staff! No Experience? Need Training? Local Career Training & Job Placement is also Available! 1-888-7780459 Require Careaid who lives in Vernon to work in private residence, female / non-smoker need only respond. (250)5585148, Fax: 250-558-5285 SALES PROFESSIONAL Actively looking for team players, strong communication skills, self motivated, goal oriented. We offer comprehensive training, existing client based, unlimited income potential, beneﬁts with a career opportunity. For conﬁdential interview please fax 250-4544967 or email firstname.lastname@example.org SEEKING a FT self motivated individual with superior communication & interpersonal skills. Experience in retail sales would be an asset. Please send resumes to email@example.com
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Aldon Waste Systems, Ltd. has two positions open for Commercial Transport Mechanics. One position is in Salmon Arm, the other in Lumby. Applicants must have their own hand tools.
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CALL 250-860-9480 1ST or 2nd year automotive apprentice technician required for busy Vernon Automotive Shop. Exp. preferred. Reply to Box #18 C/O The Morning Star, 4407 25th Ave, Vernon BC, V1T 1P5. A DEBT FREE LIFE. We’ll help you. Call MNP 877-8982580 Free consultation in your area Creditor proposals, trustee in bankruptcy 110-1628 Dickson Ave Kelowna-resident ofﬁce Are you looking for full-time pay working part-time from home? email@example.com CERTIFIED Dental Assistant required for an orthodontic clinic in Vernon. Orthodontic module preferred but not req’d. Please fax resumes to 250-542-4652 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. COOK, FT or PT. Apply in person at Branding Iron Pub, 3445 Okanagan St, Armstrong Prof. Housecleaner, living in Armstrong, bondable & reliable vehicle, 250-546-6047
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We Want You! RDH required for growing preventionbased general dental practice, Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Must be team oriented. Send resumes to: Courtview Dental, #200, 2807 - 27th St., Vernon, BC V1T 4W3.
Ofﬁce Support Clerk Church Secretary, Vernon: a person with at least 5 yrs of experience in ofﬁce admin. and IT to manage the front ofﬁce. Send resume by Nov 15 to GBCpersonnel@shaw.ca
Trades, Technical A PROGRESSIVE, multibranch, full service hydraulic component re-manufacturing company located in SE BC, has a need for a Journeyman Machinist or equivalent experience. Consideration will be given to existing apprentices. We offer a competitive wage and beneﬁt package. Fax: 250-425-7151 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org. HD TECHNICIAN required for truck & trailer repair shop in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Fax or email resume: 780-5326749 or email@example.com.
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• Rooﬁng Foreman • Estimator • Journeyman Roofers • Labourers Must have valid drivers license & own transportation.
Good Wages & Beneﬁts
Call 1.877.777.4856 Unifab in Grand Forks, BC, is actively hiring a Painter. Knowledge of airless and conventional equipment. Knowledge of epoxy and enamel coatings, 5 Years experience. Attractive wages and beneﬁts. Fax 250-442-8356 or firstname.lastname@example.org.” Unifab in Grand Forks, BC, is actively hiring Journeyman Fabricators. Welding experience millwright/mechanical experience an asset. For both shop and ﬁeld work, 5 years experience. Willing to work Saturday/Sunday. Willing to work along or supervise small crew. Attractive wages and beneﬁts. Fax 250-442-8356 or email@example.com. Unifab in Grand Forks, BC, is actively hiring Welders with minimum B Level, CWB certiﬁed or previously CWB certiﬁed an asset. Job Shop experience, 5 years experience, motivated. Attractive wages and beneﬁts. Fax 250-4428356 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Unifab in Grand Forks BC, is actively hiring Jr Drafter/Estimator, AutoCad LT experience, able to read engineering and shop drawings, engineering/design skills an asset. Basic knowledge of steel, good basic mechanical background. Able to go into the ﬁeld to conﬁrm dimensions, good computer knowledge (MS Ofﬁce, Outlook), personable. Attractive wages and beneﬁts. Fax 250442-8356 or email@example.com.
Work Wanted A1 Lawn Cut, DUMP RUNS, YARD CLEAN UP, MOVING. Paul (250)550-4256 DUMPRUNZ Fast, courteous service, yard waste, household junk or ? 250-307-9449 HANDYMEN SERVICES SNOWPLOWING, Reno’s, painting, Snowblower Repair etc. James 250-938-2709
Alterations/ Dressmaking Seamstress in Training needs your alterations!! Call Kathy for your sewing needs!! Reasonable Rates!! 250-541-0227
Available now AREA COLDSTREAM
RT 228 - Tassie & Briar Dr MISSION AREA Available Nov 10 RT 12 - 22 Ave & Okanagan Ave MISSION AREA
LUBE TECHNICIAN (Full Time - Temporary) Competition #: 71-COV-10 Closing Date: Internal Applicants - November 4, 2010 External Applicants - November 12, 2010 Rate of Pay: $26.11 per hour (as per CUPE, Local 626, Vernon Civic Employees Collective Agreement) Band: 6 — Schedule B (as per CUPE, Local 626, Vernon Civic Employees Collective Agreement) Days/Hours: Monday to Friday, Hours 12:30 pm to 8:30 pm -------------------------------Please see our website at www.vernon.ca for complete job description and method of application.
RTAvailable 71 - 20Oct Ave31& 36 St Available Oct 31 RT 17 - 21 Ave & Okanagan Ave RT 12 - 22 Ave & Okanagan Ave AvailableOct now31 Available RTRT1771- -2120Ave Ave&&Okanagan 36 St Ave Available now Available now RT 122 - 17 Ave & 35 St Available RT 122 -Nov 17 3Ave & 35 St SWAN AvailableLAKE now AREA RT 313 - Scenic Valley MHP & Henry Rd Available Oct 31
contact Donna 250-550-7901
Alternative Health Mountain Acupuncture & Laser Therapy Marcel Mallette, Registered Acupuncturist. 7639 Silver Star Rd. Vernon 250-260-3892 Classiﬁeds We’ve got you covered! 550-7900
B18 Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - The Morning Star
HOME MAINTENANCE / RENOVATIONS CONSTRUCTION
Nu-Look Homeworks Complete Renovations * Repairs * Decks * Fences “Framing to Flooring”
Insured * References * Guaranteed
Ron Kleefman 250-309-0435
COMPETITION EXTERIORS LTD (250) 309-3981 GUTTERS
McLennan • Thompson
WILL be noticed and get
549-0784 • 309-2570
CHRIS - 250-542-6277 CELL - 250-540-0025
RENOVATIONS • FRAMING SIDING • CONCRETE FORMING
References • All Work Guaranteed Totally Reliable & Friendly Service
• Siding • Sofﬁt
• General Carpentry • Aluminum Railings • New & Renovations • Vinyl Decking
GEORGE SIMMONS C: 250-309-0621 H: 250-838-0449 Fax: 250-838-0459
PAINTING DECORATING + PAINTING
(Formerly Women In Paint)
LET THE LADIES DO IT! : Ph:
• Painting • Interior & Exterior Consultations • Home Staging
250.309.3178 or 250.309.9417
SIMPLY CEILINGS AND WALLS
Repaints our specialty! • Walls • Doors • Windows • Trim • Textured Ceilings Painted - Repaired or Retextured GET MY ESTIMATE OR PAY TOO MUCH! Free Estimates • www.timetopaint.com or
TO ADVERTISE IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY PLEASE CONTACT THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT AT
No Job Too Big Bi g or Small Free Estimates • Kevin Schuler
C: 250-306-4016 H: 250-547-7979 •
No Job Too Small! Carpentry Work from ground up. Serving Vernon area.
Light Framing, Decks, Sheds, Ceramic Tile, Drywall Repairs, Painting, Door/Window Installations, Kitchen Renovations, Cabinet Installations, Insurance Restorations
No job too small! Annette & Dennis 250-307-6484 (Cell)
Mark of Excellence • Full Renovations • Cert. Vinyl Deck Inst. • Elect./Plumb.• Painting & Home Design
Mark Usselman • 250.308.9384 M Supplier & Instal Installer of Windows & Doors ~ 25 Years Experience
E N T E R P R I S E S
Licensed, Insured, References
Full Service Renos and Construction Jed - (250)-307-4774
HANDS Renovations & Repairs Painting & Decorating Kitchens & Bathrooms Residential Snow Removal
TIM 250-307-8772 Quality Work Guaranteed
S tairway S olutions
* New (exposed) concrete or wooden stairs * Rebuild old worn down steps * Wheel chair access solutions * Elevated stamp concrete decks WCB Coverage - Licensed & Insured
All your carpentry needs!
Jay Clair 250-306-4254 EXPEREINCED CRAFTSMEN QUALITY WORKMANSHIP SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST
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• TILING (WALLS & FLOORS) • WOOD & LAMINATE FLOORS • CARPENTRY • DECKING • BATHROOM RENOVATIONS • PLUMBING 6 • GENERAL REPAIRS Years1 Experience For Free Estimate Call:
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL PAT
Basements - Decks - Vinyl Siding Sidin Laminate Floors - Drywall - Painting Paintin
Inside - Out
Quick Erec rectt Framing raming & Renos
Rooms $16800 Coats of Paint
Call for Free Estimate
DAN’S PAINTING & REPAIRS RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING RELIABLE - WORK GUARANTEED - CHEAPEST RATES IN TOWN - WCB INSURED
HERE! CONTACT THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
• Bath Remodels • Decks • Drywall
• Kitchen • Basement Remodels Finishing • Painting • Tile Work • Plumbing • Much More Licensed, Bonded & Insured 250-545-3130
Independently Owned and Locally Operated
kelowna.handymanconnection.com Now serving all the North Okanagan including Armstrong, Enderby, Lumby, Falkland, Lavington, Coldstream, BX & Oyama
NEED A PLUMBER? north valley property services
WHY WAIT? Available on short notice! Certiﬁed Journeyman Plumber/Gasﬁtter
FREE ESTIMATES • LOW RATES
QUESTIONS? CONTACT CLASSIFIEDS AT
Snow Removal & Sanding
Truck Mounted Plow Property Clean-Up • Small Load Hauling Garbage Runs
DARCY ’S PLUMBING - Hot Water Tank Replacement (gas/electric) - Plugged Drains, Water Softeners - Kitchen/Bathroom Renovations - New Construction *Certiﬁed 250-309-7008
Cleaning Services * Quality Cleaning * Eco Friendly Products
Tannis Morrison (250) 558-8552 firstname.lastname@example.org
TO ADVERTISE IN THE BUSINESS DIRECTORY PLEASE CONTACT THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT AT
30 YEARS EXPERIENCE FREE ESTIMATES WORK GUARANTEED
CREW WITH QUALITY RATES
WHITE GLOVE HOUSE CLEANING • High quality results • Call Lisa for a quote VERNON
Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - The Morning Star B19
CARGO TRAILERS 14â€™ - 7,000 lbs. SPECIALTY TRAILER RENTALS 250-545-3238
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All Your Drywalling Needs
CUSTOM HOME DRYWALLER NEW OR RENO BOARD, TAPE & SPRAY CALL KYLE 250-308-4663
Additions, Basements, Renovations, Steel Stud Framing, Drywalling, Taping, Dropped Ceilings Call Attila: 250-546-6282
IS YOUR HOME
COLDSTREAM CRANE SERVICE LTD.
s 4RUCK -OUNTED #RANE s "UILDING MATERIALS DELIVERY TRUSS LIFTS ROOlNG ETC s 'ENERAL FREIGHT ,OCAL LONG DISTANCE HAULING Competitive Rates Call Les for free estimates #ELL s&AX
TO YOU? Contact our professional & experienced staff to improve the look & feel of your home. Custom Design, Architectural & Structural Renovations on any budget!
or call Carrie at 250-306-4020
(778) 475-3978 or (250) 545-9522 Free Estimates!
â€œAll Your Concrete Needsâ€?
Tazzâ€™s Concrete RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Call Kevin 250-308-8268 â€˘ Foundations â€˘ Concrete Floors â€˘ Sidewalks â€˘ Retaining Wall â€˘ Engineered Wall â€˘ Driveway â€˘ Suspended Slabs
25 + years Experience
I CAN DIG IT RICK WARE EXCAVATING EXCAVATING â€˘ DECORATIVE ROCK PLACING â€˘ RETAINING & ROCK WALL BOBCAT SERVICE â€˘ LARGE & SMALL EXCAVATORS & DUMP TRUCKS
Stucco, Re-stucco & Repairs
Cell: 307-1959 ADAIR ELECTRIC LTD.
Keep warm this fall & let someone else do the dirty work of pruning & cleanup in your yard. 16+ yrs landscape exp. 250-547-0108 250-550-0374 email@example.com
NAGY LANDSCAPING *Fall Cleanup*Leaf Maintenance *Pruning/Hedge Trim*Debris Removal *Yard Winterizing*Snow Plowing
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
250-547-2429 â€˘ 250-306-9896 firstname.lastname@example.org
RENOS, RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL
Trucking, Excavation, Sand, Gravel and Topsoil Chris Knight, Owner
Free Estimates/Emergency Service Bonded and Insured License #92048 BBB Member â€“ Quality Work BOB ADAIR 250-275-4780
MOVING You WILL be noticed and get MORE business in this directory CONTACT CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
250-550-7900 WINDOWS & DOORS
CLYDESDALE MOVING PROFESSIONAL MOVES LOCAL & LONG DISTANCE
Quality Professional Installations See us at our new location
NEW 2001 43rd St Vernon, B.C.V1T 6K7
RY on the Rocks Retaining Walls to Fireplaces Repairs to Renovations For all your stonework needs
New Construction or Renovations KV Fairglass is the authorized dealer for Milgard Windows in the North Okanagan Ask about MILGARDâ€™S LIFETIME WARRANTY
â€˘ Installations â€˘ Wood windows â€˘ Vinyl - Fiberglass - Aluminum â€˘ All milgard windows c/w Suncoat Lowe Glass â€˘ Free Estimates â€Ś 2 to 3 Week Delivery
Toll Free 1-800-661-8003 1044 Middleton Way, Vernon â€˘ 545-6096 â€˘ Fax (250) 545-1977
Crystal â€™s Knight Limousine Services For Reservations Call Chris: 250-306-0736 www.crystalsknightlimo.com
SUPERIOR DECK LTD VINYL DECKING â€˘ ALUMINUM RAILING
Kelowna WinďŹ eld 250-212-3075
â€œFor all your window and door needs GOVERNMENT GRANTS - WE CANwindow DO IT!â€? $70 per
Mudjacking & Underpinning
CONTACT CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
Chris â€Ś Phone/Fax 558-0590 â€˘ Cell 309-0410
Lift concrete slabs, sidewalks & driveways.
Discounts for volume & seniors
You WILL be noticed and get MORE business by placing an ad in this directory
Vinyl Fences Chain Chain Link & Link, CedarCedar, FencesOrnamental / Cedar,Vinyl,& Composite Wood Decks Commercial & Residential Experiece â€˘â€˘ Free FreeEstimates Estimates 15 Commercial & Residentialâ€˘ â€˘15 12Years Years Experience
CUSTOM HOME DESIGN RENOS
Commercial, Basement, Garage & Cottage Windows. Iron Railings & Gates
WINDOW CLEANERS â€˘ Homes â€˘ Commercial â€˘ Construction Clean â€˘ Water Stain Removal VERNON - LUMBY - ARMSTRONG - OYAMA
Window Security Bars
Vernon Salmon Arm 250-550-4598
Marcel Labrecque, 15124 Middle Bench Road Fax: 250-548-4045 Owner/Operator Oyama, B.C. V4V 2C4
HERE! You WILL be noticed and get MORE business by placing an ad in this directory
ROOFING RE-ROOF RE ROOF - REPAIR - SHINGLE SPECIALIST
EVâ€™S ROOFING R T
540-ROOF 540 ROOF
(7663) (250) FREE ESTIMATES SHINGLING THE VERNON & OKANAGAN B.C. AREA FOR OVER 18 YEARS
CONTACT CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
B20 Wednesday, November 3, 2010 - The Morning Star
Misc. for Sale
Misc. for Sale
$500$ LOAN Service, by phone, no credit refused, quick and easy, payable over 6 or 12 installments. Toll Free: 1877-776-1660 www.moneyprovider.com. DEBT CONSOLIDATION PROGRAM Helping Canadians repay debts, reduce or eliminate interest, regardless of your credit. Steady Income? You may qualify for instant help. Considering Bankruptcy? Call 1-877-220-3328 FREE Consultation Government Approved, BBB Member GET BACK ON TRACK! Bad credit? Bills? Unemployed? Need Money? We Lend! If you own your own home - you qualify. Pioneer Acceptance Corp. Member BBB. 1-877987-1420. www.pioneerwest.com IF YOU own a home or real estate, ALPINE CREDITS will lend you money: It’s That Simple. Your Credit / Age / Income is NOT an issue. 1-800-5872161. Private Financing based on security not credit. 1st,2nd,3rd Mortgages, Equity Loans, Consolidation Loans, Construction Financing, Farm, Commercial, Industrial, Residential, Creative Financing Call 1-888-742-2333 or email@example.com REDUCE DEBT by up to 70% Avoid bankruptcy. Free consultation. BBB accredited. 250-860-1653 www.4pillars.ca
DUMPRUNZ Fast, courteous service, yard waste, household junk or ? 250-307-9449
16H Reg. Appendix 6yr old mare, ready for Pony Club or H/J. Solid on the ﬂat, ﬂying changes, shown over fences. Great for Intermediate Youth or Amateur. $4000. 250-3093211.
#1 Choice, Washer & Dryer $250. Many other items. We also buy appliances. Wayne 250-549-6649 22cu.ft SxS, ice/water $225. 18cu.ft Ref $195. Great selection, we also sell parts. Stuart 250-549-6545 Dishwasher, $100, works great, can install for you!! Call 250-540-4786 Heavy Duty Kenmore Washer & Dryer, exc/cond, 1st $150 Takes... (250)558-3612 IT’S Mr. Mike! Washer & dryer starting at $250. Stackers & front load, plus other stuff. 250-549-3781. Kichenaid 30” Smoothtop Range, Self-cleaning oven, Bisque color, exc/cond, $250 (250)542-3996 MAYTAG washer & dryer good working cond, no scratches. $100. 250-5492852. White sidebyside Westinghouse Fridge, $350, 30” white rangehood $25. 250-545-4691
FIREWOOD, all Fir $185/cord. Split & delivered. 250-306-6919. PREMIUM FIREWOOD 14yrs in business. Guaranteed dry, cut & Split. All species. Delivery 250-260-7932. Seasoned Fir, Split, delivered. $180 - $200 per cord. (250)260-6533, 250-307-4112
5’ vinyl patio door w/screen $120. 250-546-8874. We deliver. 6pce French provincial dining set, 5 chairs, 2 leaves $100. Rose colored recliner $50. French provincial coffee table $40. 2 French provincial end tables $40. (250)549-3696 Apt. size piano $350. 2 wine colored rockers $50 ea. Brass ﬂoor lamp $30. (250)549-3696 Bottom drawers for Sears or Whirlpool H.E. washer & dryer. $200. 250-546-6326. BRAND new 5 stage reverse osmosis water ﬁltration system. Retail price: $795. Now: $250. Call 250-863-1544 BUILDING SALE... “Rock Bottom Prices!” 25x30 $5449. 30x40 $7850. 32x60 $12,300. 32x80 $17,800. 35x60 $14,200. 40x70 $14,770. 40x100 $24,600. 46x140 $36,990. Others. Front endwall optional. Pioneer Manufacturers Direct 1-800-6685422. CAN’T GET Up your stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift. Call 1-866-9816591. Electrolux 280 & Super J hose, power head & tools. $149/ea. Guaranteed. 250549-3352. Electrolux vacuum, model 2100 new hose, power head & tools. $249. Guaranteed. 250549-3352. FAR-INFRARED SAUNAS Demo Blowout models starting at $599. FREE ship. FREE trials.Kelowna.1-888-239-9999 www.SOLARUSsauna.com
Full Indian headdress, Ojibiwai $400. Stack of records $1/ea. Very large hamper will lock. 250-542-9154.
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Cleaning Services Experienced housecleaners available we supply most cleaning supplies. Weekly or Bi-weekly available, reasonable rates. Call after 6pm or weekends. 250-545-1313. Higher Standards Home Cleaning, done to your expectations. Alice 250-558-0840.
Countertops QUARTZ the best stone for countertop surfaces. 156 colors. 10yr guarantee. Complete kitchens or countertops only. We will not be undersold. Classic Countertops & Cabinets. (250)549-2875 REFACE Countertops. 1/2 the Cost of Replacing. Granite & Corian Designs. 470-2235.
Fencing FALL SALE! 54-6x8 Fence Panels, reg.$70 SALE $60. Lots of fence boards on sale. 250-546-6038.
Home Improvements Wood Flooring, Log Siding, Log Cabins, Decking, Cedar & Pine T&G V Joint, custom sawing. www.rouckbros.com Rouck Bros. Lumby, BC 1-800-960-3388
Moving & Storage FAMILY Movers. Moving? Anything, anywhere. Local and long distance throughout 2010 Packing service available, weekly trips to Vancouver, Alberta, full and partial loads. Cheapest rates in the valley. Free Estimates, 250-493-2687
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Pets ANIMAL CARE SOCIETY
Cats and kittens available for adoption to approved homes. Neutered, tattooed & vaccinated.
Phone (250) 545-7535 www.vernonanimalcare.com
Absolutely Adorable Shitzu X 8 week old Shitzu X puppies. Family raised Ready to go 450. @ 250-542-3077 or 250309-7603 Australian Shepherd Border Collie X puppies, farm raised, 1st shots, vet checked, $300, (250)547-6584 BEAUTIFUL baby Call 250-494-5008
Boarding Horse Boarding, in N.BX, 5min from town, outdoor arena, pastures & large paddocks, all incl. 250-558-3565
Feed & Hay 1st cut alfalfa/grass, good for horses $6. 2nd cut alfalfa $7. No rain or chemicals. Armstrong 250-546-9832. 1ST cut standard square bales grass/alfalfa mix hay, no rain, $6.00/bale obo 250-545-6405. (70) very good alfalfa Timothy square bales, $6.00/60lb bales. 250-547-6546. HAY FOR SALE; Grass or Grass Alfalfa mix, Round bales $70 each, approx. 800lbs, delivery avail. on larger orders, also Silege bales or Feeder hay. 250-838-6630 *HAY SALES GUARANTEED Quality Grass, Alfalfa, Mixed square bales, round bales & Silage bales. Delivery avail. (250)804-6081,(250)833-6763.
Beautiful Havanese puppies, various colors, non-shedding, litter trained, great disposition, Call 250-832-4923 BERNESE Cross Entlebucher Swiss Mountain male puppies, 1st shots, vet checked $750 (250)547-8840 BOSTON Terrier/Pug pups, vet checked, vaccinated & dewormed. 250-442-5372 Chihuahua Yorkie cross pups, $400. (250)547-6916, 250306-7320 Cute kittens for sale, 4 females, 1 male, nice colors, parents good temperament. $25 ea. (250)379-6849 Pet stock 8 roosters, leg horn or brown layer, 2 ducks. $5.00 each. Farmer Val 250-5421434. SHELTIE puppies, CKC Reg. 14wks, 2nd shots, dewormed, price neg. 250-542-4977 White Bichon Frise 8 months, all shots, neutered $500. 250542-5938
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Cheryl Andrus Microsoft Professional + Internet Microsoft Certiﬁed System Engineer A+ Service Technician
Farm Equipment 1957 - 440 John Deere 2 cyl engine, 6,058 hrs. Call 1 (250)992-2294 FARM tractors, older antiquish $1000 & up, good for snowplowing. 250-545-6622.
Garden Equipment SNOWBLOWERS 5hp/7hp $175/ea Free P/up dead lawn/garden equip. 250-2605819.
Misc. for Sale
Naturally raised grain fed BEEF, no additives, 1/4’s & 1/2’s, 250-546-6494
Six 8’ X 20’ Steel
Fruit & Vegetables
Certiﬁed Organic Apples for sale, 18-varieties, call Brookside Organic Orchards (250)260-6690 D’angou Pears .50¢/lb, Apples .35¢/lb, Maw’s Orchard, 250-546-3401, 250-309-2836
Available for $3,500 each.
BUNDLES of slabs $40 Mostly Fir loose slabs $10 Pickup load. 250-546-6038.
19” color TV, good cond. c/w external DVD player & VCR can deliver $50. 250-309-8577 4-205/65/R15 snow tires, very good tread $200. Walker w/brakes, seat, 4 wheels $100. 250-545-5993. Extra large hot tub with newer top, $800 obo. 250-542-6342
LANDSCAPE PRODUCTS WE LOAD PICKUPS, TRAILERS, ETC.
ACROSS FROM VERNON GOLF COURSE ENTRANCE
609 KAL LAKE ROAD
PICK UP OR DELIVERY 250.541.0111 VISA HOURS DEBIT DECORATIVE ROCK Mon. - Fri. MASTERCARD 8:00 am - 4:30 pm INTERACT WHITE DOLOMITE Saturday SENIORS DISCOUNT 8:00 am - 4:00 pm BLAST ROCK Closed Sundays and Stat Holidays LAVA ROCK SLATE LANDSCAPE FABRIC BARK MULCH www.justrocks.org TOP SOIL MIXES SAND & GRAVEL 186 GREENHOW RD., VERNON 1 KM NORTH OF SWAN LAKE NURSERYLAND
NO ROCK TOO BIG NO PURCHASE TOO SMALL
Household, Estate, Warehouse Dispersals and Miscellaneous consignments.
Selling by auction is the most competitive and effective way of marketing new or used merchandise, everything from household items to complete estate and warehouse dispersals. Let our staff with over 37 years of experience help you market your goods the auction way. Hauling is also available.
NEXT REGULAR SALES MACHINERY SALE FRIDAY* SUN., NOV. 7TH NOV 5 & NOV 12 9:00 AM *SALES NOW ON FRIDAY
NEED BUILDING PLANS New home or renovations Call Okanagan Blue Print 250-558-8791
NEW NORWOOD Sawmills LumberMate-Pro handles logs 34” diameter, mills boards 28” wide. Automated quick-cyclesawing increases efﬁciency up to 40%. Free Information: 1800-566-6899 Ext:400OT www.NorwoodSawmills.com/ 400OT Noma snowblower 10 hp, Tecumseh motor, 6 fwd spd, 2 reverse, runs great. $500. 250-838-6203. RIGIDFOAM Insulation, 2 x 5 10/ bundle $15ea bundle. Call 250-862-8682, 1660 Cary Rd SIMPLY SATELLITE Shaw Direct Authorized Dealer Sales, Service & Installations New DSR630 PVR sale price.$375 250-558-7440 *STARCHOICE* Satellite T.V. Sales, installations & accessories. For best prices and service. Call 250-545-0012.
LIVESTOCK HAULING Reliable and committed Call Paul:
Misc. for Sale
Misc. for Sale
- Regular & Screened Sizes -
Shavings & Sawdust 10 to 150 yard loads REIMER’S FARM SERVICES
www.valleyauction.ca or call us at 250-546-9420 903 Hwy. 97A, Armstrong, B.C.
s Dodd Dodd s WEDNESDAY NOV 3 • 6:00 P.M.
PRYCE LANDSCAPE PRODUCTS
Independently owned and operated by the Raffan Family since 1963.
Kitchen cabinets for sale, Oak doors. $500. obo. 250-5584242.
Owners & Auctioneers: Don & Peter Raffan firstname.lastname@example.org • www.valleyauction.ca
WE DELIVER: Lava rock, bark mulch, landscape rock, sand and gravel, screened topsoil, manure, Nature’s Gold organic products. HOURS: Monday to Saturday 8 am - 4 pm
Rubbish Removal 250-808-0733 SKYHIGH DISPOSAL. Full service Junk Removal & Bin Rentals.
Furniture 1960’s style 8’ down ﬁlled couch, needs recovering. $75 obo 250-542-1205 before 9pm Brand new dining table w/4 chairs, 1yr old couch & chair set, coffee & end tables. All for $1000 (250)306-5687 Brand new espresso brown micro ﬁber Couch, less then 1yr old, $350 (250)838-6373 KING size pillowtop boxspring & mattress. Brand New! Worth $1300,sell $495 250-550-6647 New Platform Bed with New mattress, all still in package. Clearout $490, (250)550-6647 PILLOWTOP mattress, box. Queen. Brand New! MFR warranty. Worth $1100, sell $390 250-550-6647
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Misc. for Sale
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STEEL BUILDINGS Priced to clear - Incredible end-of-season factory discounts on various models/sizes. Plus free delivery to most areas. Call for clearance quote and brochure - 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170.
2bdrm, 2bath home,Enderby, well run 55+ modular home park, incl all appl., Roxton Maple diningroom table and 6 chairs,Oak china cabinet, full bedroom suite, chesterﬁeld & chair, 6 chair patio set, near new Beachcomber hot tub. $199,000.250-838-0933. 4bdrm, 2 1/2 bath,walk out basement, attached garage, lrg covered deck w/great views, 2 f/p, a/c, fenced yard, Mission Hill. $349,000.250558-7706. 4BDRM, view 4400 Wellington Drive, EastHill $466,000 obo Susan or Roy. 250-550-4548 RENT or rent to own with DP, 4bdrm, 2bath home, in ground salt water pool, large yard in Whitevale Sub. 250-547-2583 RENT TO OWN beautiful brand new 3bdrm executive Lumby home. 250-546-6811
TEAK wall unit from late 30’s 7.5’L, $950. Love seat & both seats recline $600. X370 Minolta 35mm camera w/telescopic lens, case & ﬂash $300. (250)838-5710 Universal Gym, endless cable, great shape, $100 obo. Call 250-540-4786 Wanted to buy new or used smaller snack vending machines. Call Richard (250)542-0167
Misc. Wanted URGENTLY NEEDED! Blanket and towel donations. Please drop off at 2307-43 Street, John Howard Society 250-541-0183. Wanted: Cash for copper/ brass- radiators, wire, plumbing. Also clean up yards/metal haul away. 250-546-3556
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Acreage for Sale SNOWBIRD Special - Ideal for trailer parking, 5.5 acres, ﬂat, near Arrow Lake. Edgewood area. $125,000+hst. 250-2697328 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Apt/Condos for Sale 2BDRM, totally reno’d, close to downtown, quiet, secure building, elevator, insuite laundry, $149,900. 250-307-5522.
Commercial/ Industrial Property Coming up the end of October … 800 - 1200 sq. ft. in secure professional building downtown Vernon. Inquiries? Call
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Brand new 2200 sq ft home. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Triple car garage. All appliances included. Close to schools, parks, lake.
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Mortgages BANK ON US! Mortgages for purchases, renos, debt consolidation, foreclosure. Bank rates. Many alternative lending programs.Let Dave Fitzpatrick, your Mortgage Warrior, simplify the process!1-888-711-8818 email@example.com INVESTOR WANTED $60,000 at 10% secured by 1st mortgage on lakeview lot. Simple, clean, & risk free. 250-558-7888.
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Hawthorn Lane Renovated town homes with private courtyard — enjoy air conditioning and large deck, located in a convenient location right in the heart of Vernon. Affordable living. 2 bdrm … $825 per month 3 bdrm … $925 per month To view, please call:
250-503-1257 A New Tradition of Quality Living
1 & 2 bdrm, 1bdrm fully reno’d, 2bdrm on top ﬂoor w/great view, cable incl., very spacious & bright, n/p, n/s, ref checked, mature adult building. Avail immed. 250-545-8985
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Apt/Condo for Rent
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Apt/Condo for Rent
ALEXIS PARK MANOR
GREEN VALLEY ESTATES
• Bright 1 and 2 bdrms. • Renovated, Spacious, Air Conditioned Suites • Adult Oriented • Close to Bus • Park-like Settings • Clean, Well-Managed Building
Seniors 55+ 1 bedroom Apartment 660 sq. ft. Walk to downtown $ 700 per month Call Troy at 250.546-3933 or cell 250.833-9158
2bdrm, 2bath, elevator, 2nd ﬂoor unit, inhouse laundry, secure underground parking, F/P, appl. large deck w/view, NP/NS, adult building, 22nd Ave Vernon, $950/mo. Avail Nov 1. 250-546-8857.
250-549-2770 The CLIFFS Available Oct. 1st Rare One Bedroom Suite $
850 per month
F/S, W/D, D/W, A/C, plus heat, hot water and hydro all included. Great quality living in a clean and spacious secure building. N/S, N/P. Good building for Seniors! On-site Resident Manager. REFERENCES REQUIRED SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE
Seniors Building 1604 - 31st Street, Vernon • From $625 to $725 1 or 2 Bedroom • Includes Heat, Water, Elevator, Parking, Coin Laundry • No Smoking / No Pets
Westmount Apts 2 Bdrm Apartment Secure Senior Building No Pets, No Smoking, Covered Parking, Elevator, Cable Included.
250-545-7251 250-540-7251 NORTHLAND PROPERTIES
NEW MANAGEMENT 4203 - 32nd Street, Vernon 1 bedroom suites FS, DW, AC, appliances and 24 hour access to pool and restaurant. Rents start at $695.00. Rent incentives and seniors discount. 250-260-1162 Best location for Great living
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Scenic Setting PICTURESQUE spectacular sunsets, garden walking Cozy 1 bedroom distance to all amenities. apartment, conveniently 1 bdrm garden painted, apt. located & freshly management. N/PExcellent $520/mo. Avail. Aug. 1
542-5202 610. NP. 250-542-7723
Spacious & Deluxe 2 bedroom, 2 bath Condo, Gas Fireplace, Lge. Sundeck. Secure & monitored mature adult building, Guest suite, Library + Rec room, UG parking. $995, incl. heat, F&S, DW. NS, NP. Cat OK. 250-309-2000
1&2bdrm, adult building, F/S, N/P, near Schubert, heat incl. $650-$750. 250-260-8454 1&2 bdrm, close to downtown, reno’d, in-suite laundry h/u.$850. 1/2 month free rent. 250-549-0440. 1bdrm condo, Vernon, close to downtown, $685/mo. (250)838-6904 1bdrm loft Apt, adults, excellent cond. lots of space w/view, W/D, NP, NS, $675. Call to view 250-309-0121 1 Bed & Very Large 1 Bed & Den available now! Bright & Clean suites in a quiet, centrally located, carefully managed Apartment building w/elevator. Rent includes appliances, heat, hot water, cable, storage locker and secure parking. Also available furnished. N/P, Mature Tenants please. 250-550-4069 2BDRM, 1bath, condo, Middleton, $750/mo. Avail Immed. 250-275-3223. 2 bdrm 1 Bath, ground level, close to amenities, laundry available, small pet okay, FS/AC references Req. Contact 8am-8pm (250)306-8252 or (250)545-8252 2 Bdrm, 1 Bath, upper unit, bal cony, laundry, D/W, N/S, N/D. Close to town. Ref checked. Dec 1 $850/mo 250-545-7644 2bdrm & 1bdrm, $575-$750, & 1bdrm bsmt suite, $600, incl util, (250)545-8443, 250307-4948. 2bdrm loft on farm in Mara, util/incl. $700/mo. 250-8386630.
Mobile Homes & Parks
Mobile Homes & Parks
1903 - 31A Street
■ $550 to $650 1 or 2 Bedroom ■ Adult 40+ ■ N/P ■ N/S ■ Balcony ■ Coin Laundry ■ Covered Parking ■ Close to Hospital
MORRIS MANOR 2 bedroom corner suite and 1 bedroom available. Senior oriented building, downtown across from Schubert Centre. Heat included. For more information call
Maple Ridge Gardens Luxury Living
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“T he Wenatchee”
2 bedroom upper level condo w/ balcony for rent. $1000.00/ month+utilities. New: kitchen, ﬂooring, W/D. All appliances incl. N/P N/S. Avail. Dec.1st. Pls Call 250-503-5214 or 250550-8038. 3-bdrm, 1.5-bath, Alexis Park, spacious renovated, 1200sq.ft. 6appl, n/s, avail now, or Dec 1st. Reduced $1000+Hydro. (250)307-0775 Adults 45+, 2bdrm, 2bath, central location, $750 +util. 1st week FREE. 250-558-8261. Also, 2bdrm, 2bath, downtown location, newly reno’d. $775 +util. 1st week FREE. 250-549-0644. Apartment two bedroom one bath with laundry. F/S, W/D. quiet four plex in south Vernon with on site storage unit, off street parking some open storage for recreational toys. $795 month Sean 250 306 0959. www.artales.ca Avail Nov1. located near Walmart, small ofﬁce space downstairs, w/furnished studio apartment upstairs, RR, n/s,n/p, $750pm +$375 dd. 250-308-2412 BACHELOR suite with balcony, furnished or unfurnished, avail. immed. (250)306-2727 CALL ABOUT OUR RENT INCENTIVE Century Manor & Embers, 1 & 2 bdrm, N/P N/S, near Schubert Centre, close to downtown, well maintained, clean, Seniors. 250-275-8066 Central 2-bdrm, adult oriented, n/s, n/p, 1200sqft. top ﬂoor w/balcony, heat incl $800 Nov 15, 250-542-0669. ENDERBY 1 & 2bdrm apartment, a/c, N/S, N/P, no parties. 250-308-9299 ENDERBY/ARMSTRONG condo/apt for rent 650 sqft $700 + UT $350 DD NS small pet ok Dec 1st. Proof of income required. call Bryan @ 250-833-2734 Harwood area, 2bdrm 1bath, level entry apt. style townhouse, very good cond. end unit, adult bldg, NP/NS, $760 +util. Drive by #6-1900 46 Ave. avail. Nov1.Don 250-558-8762 Large 1bdrm condo, 5-appl. a/c, gas, secure prkg, elevator, lots of storage, gas f/p, NS, NP, 55+, walking distance to shopping, $775/mo. +hydro. avail. immed. 250-558-3890 LARGE 2bdrm apt. $800/mo. +hydro, NO PETS, Avail. Now. 250-869-9788
Maple Ridge Gardens 1801- 32 St
Affordable Luxury Living Deluxe spacious 2BR, 2Bath, w/800sqft. Patio deck-Must be Seen! $1095 incl.heat 250-542-5659 Spacious, 2bdrm, 2bath, condo, 5appl, in-suite laundry, near gold course, $880/mo+util, Avail Immed, (250)546-3469, 250-550-6169
Mobile Homes & Pads
Ofﬁce for rent, busy location, $400/mo. +HST, 500sq.ft incl/util. 5005 24 St. 2nd ﬂoor, Call Susan (250)558-5003 QUONSET building, 1200sqft, lower Silver Star Rd. 12’ high doors, $625/mo. 250-5421996 or 250-542-8921 RETAIL/COMMERCIAL high exposure, 5201-26th St. Rate neg. 1/2 Bldg. up to 3500 sq.ft. Vernon. 1-250-717-7488.
1300sqft, 2bdrm +den in lovely 55+ park at Lakepointe on Tronson rd, Vernon $1100/mo +util. Avail Dec 1. 250-5424559, 250-306-4559.
Duplex / 4 Plex 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath
for rent. Lower suite, newly painted, bright adult building. Great Parking. N/S, N/P, $700/month + 1/3 hydro.
250-549-0665 1-bdrm + den, Awesome Easthill location, $685 incl util & laundry, (250)938-4840 2bdrm 1bath downtown Lumby, $800 incl.util. n/s, sm. pet, Ref. Avail imm. 250-550-0361 2bdrm $925. Spacious bach $575. Imm. Nov 1/15. Util/incl. quiet area 250-503-2507 2BDRM, hardwood, W/D h/u, central location, no dogs, $895 util/incl. 250-542-4310, 250308-9028. 2bdrm, large, adult oriented, cat/smoking ok, Avail Dec 1 $850+1/2 util 250-558-0551. 2BDRM suite in 4plex, Vernon, +den, A/C, newly painted, F/S, w/d hookups, parking, storage shed $800 + hydro. 250-547-6060 2nd Storey duplex in modern heritage, 1000sqft., 2bdrm, all appl., sat tv, claw foot tub, shower, 2balconies, centrally located in Enderby, avail. Dec 1st, $875/mo. + util. (250)8389392 or (250)308-7580 3-bdrm, 1/2duplex, Coldstream, n/p, n/s, f/s, $800/mo, after 6pm (250)542-9734 3-bdrm, 1.5-bath, 1400sqft, fenced yard, storage shed, family oriented, no roommates, n/s, n/p, w/d, $1000/mo + util, (250)558-5313 lv msg 3BDRM, LR, recrm, 2bath, garden, laundry, fenced yard, family oriented, $1350 util/incl. 250-550-5656 after 6pm. Avail Now, bright clean, 1/2 Duplex, in family neighborhood, 2bdrm, 1bath, W/D h/u, N/S, small pet upon approval, Ref Req, $975. 250-307-4883 CLEAN, bright, quiet & spacious, lower suite, 2-bdrm, insuite laundry, $850, incl/util, n/s, n/p, 250-306-4088. Coldstream 3bdrm duplex, close to schools, parks & lake, large priv. yard, ns/np, incl. f/s, $900/mo.250-545-6807 lv/msg Large 2bdrm, 1.5bath suite, NS/NP, $800/mo. includes heat. 250-542-1210 LARGE, 2bdrm, ground level in fourplex, adult oriented, n/s, cat neg, close to Kin Beach, $805, 838-9657 Large 3bdrm, 1.5bath suite, NS/NP, $975/mo incl.heat. 250-542-1210. LARGE, bright, 2bdrm +den, N/S, N/P, W/D, $950/mo. +util. avail. immed. (250)938-3101 Large updated 3bdrm,1.5bath, + bsmt, great area, lrg yard, n/s, n/p, w/d hook-ups, Nov.1. $990 + util. 604-341-0241.
Housesitting Mature couple look to housesit from mid Dec to mid Feb. N/S No Pets. We will take excellent care of your home. Please contact us at email: schnecke@.live.ca
Mobile Homes & Pads
TOP ﬂoor, city view, 1bdrm $735, 1bdrm den $740. Quiet adult oriented building, on-site managers, F/S, DW, AC, balcony, 250-545-5773, 250-5500243.
3bdrm, f/s, country setting off Silver Star rd. No dogs, imm, $800/mo+DD (250)545-1681
Apt/Condo for Rent
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roombachelor bachelor •• 11 room suite,shared shared suite, washroom.$550, $550, washroom. utilitiesincl. incl. utilities • 22 bdrm bdrmolder olderhome, by hospital, 900 sqft. home, by hospital, gas F, W&D. 900stove, sqft. gas stove, $900 F, W&D. $900 •• 22 bdrm, bdrm,22bath bathcondo in Lake Country. condo in Lake Top ﬂCountry. oor unit, Top newer bldg, ﬂoor outdoor pool. F&S, unit, newer bldg, W&D, DW.pool. $1,095 outdoor F&S, •W&D, 2 bdrmDW. upper suite $1,095 of house, Lower • 3 bdrm townhome, Mission Hill, utilities 2½ bath, great incl. walking distance condition, Harwood. from all amenities. NP, NS. $1,100 Newer ﬂooring. $900 •• 33 bdrm bdrmtownhome, ½ side of duplex 1½ bath, 2½ bath, great new ﬂ ring & paint. condition, Harwood. F&S, $1,000 NP, NS.W&D. $1,100 bdrm½large • 33 bdrm side upper of suite, Alexis Park, duplex 1½ bath, new ﬂ5ring & paint. appl., wrap-F&S, W&D. around$1,000 sundeck, garage storage neg. • 3 bdrm large upper $1,300 suite, Alexis Park, 5 wrap-around •appl., 4 bdrm home in sundeck, garage Fintry (Westside). storage neg. $1,300 1½ bath, large •deck, 4 bdrmF&S, home in W&D Fintry (Westside). optional. $1,0001½ bath, large deck, F&S, • 5 bdrm newly built W&D optional. $1,000 home in Foothills. •All 5 bdrm newly 5 appl. bothbuilt home in Foothills. up & down, 4 full All 5 appl. both up & baths, dble garage, down, 4 full baths, 2 living rms. 2 dble garage, 2 living bdrms2 bdrms down, down, fully rms. contained suite. fully contained suite. Greatviews. views.$2,200 $2,200 Great
1200sqft. 2-bdrm in orchard, close to town, Avail Nov 1st, & $1050/mo incl Hydro, N/P, N/S, R.R. (250)540-1011 2-bdrm + den, Coldstream Home on acreage, must be non-smoker, pets neg, w/d, $850+util,Dec1,(250)545-6405 2bdrm, Rancher, carport, great view, sorry no-pets, NS in/out. $950/mo+util. Avail Now 250-260-6051. 2bdrm, upper ﬂoor, incl util, storage, cable, n/s, n/p, $950. Avail now. (250)542-7806 2bed, 1bath, 1100sqft, 1950’s home in OK Landing, 2 acres, large 3 bay detached shop, lots prkg, beautiful area, close to town, $1200. avail. immed. to April 2011. 250-938-0869 3bd, 2bth 1800 sf. designer decor home - mtn & lake views + pool & hot tub! 15 mins to Vernon. 250-548-0013. 3bdrm, Coldstream, 180° view Kal Lake, $1250 + 60% util.shared laundry, n/p, avail now 250-869- 9788 or 4bdrm Coldstream, 2 kitchens, 180° view Kal Lake, $1900 + util, np, avail now. 250-869-9788 3-bdrm Farm house, close to town, $1200+util, (250)5492310 4bdrm, 2bath house, fenced yard, laundry, carport, avail. immed. $1300. 250-307-0227 ACREAGE, private 5bdrm log house, close to Enderby, reduced to $1600.250-309-2285
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Homes for Rent
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VERNON MANAGEMENT LTD. 2805 – 35TH Street, Vernon
BOAT & RV Storage, inclosed open compound. Phone 250-542-0041 BOAT & RV STORAGE Large indoor facility, secure & dry, best rates, drive a littlesave alot.(250)558-3797 Outside storage for RV, Boat, Auto, in fenced compound. $45/mo, upto 30’ or $450/year. BX area. 250-545-8883. RESIDENTIAL & Commercial Storage, Downtown Vernon, Secure, Heated, 10x10, Avail Immed $70/mo 250-542-5003
2bdrm, walkout, quiet country setting (no parties) North BX, 10 mins to Vernon, 5 new appls. NS/NP, suits single or prof. couple, all util/incl. Ref’s/req’d. Should have good winter vehicle, $750/mo. avail. immed. (250)549-1923
1bdrm, lower, 2bdrm upper, Immaculate, BX area, util incl.,suitable for single person, n/s, n/p, laundry, Ref’s & lease required. $750 & $800. 250804-0531. 1bdrm, main level, bright, clean, near Kal Beach, priv.entry, parking, storage, AC, util/incl. NS/NP. $650 +D.D. Avail imm 403-286-2510 2bdm fully reno’d, very large & clean, balcony w/private entry, covered prkg, A/C, large tree’d backyard, quiet area, $775/mo. N/S, no dogs. ph 250-545-1220. 2BDRM loft, ideal for professional, f/s, w/d, n/p, n/s, avail. Nov 1. $800/mo.250-549-3313 2-bdrm, spacious, central location, carport, laundry, $1000, NS. 250-545-1072. 3BD, 2bath, upper ﬂoor, f.p, 5-appl. cul-de-sac, $1200/mo. 250-306-0046 3bdrm $1100 +util. laundry incl ns/in, np, avail. immed. 250-542-3981, 250-838-9394 Coldstream, 3bdrm +den, covered patio, laundry, cable incl, NS, pets neg. $1200 +1/2util. Avail imm 250-938-0250.
3bdrm, 2bath, W/D, NS, avail Nov 15. $1100/mo +util, R.R. 250-503-6158. 3bdrm, full bmsn’t, 1.5bath, walk in closet, $1000/mo. 250549-4467 3BDRM, South Vernon, avail imm. F/S, W/D, DW, $950 +util & DD. Judy 250-309-5993.
ADULT ORIENTED 2 bdrm, 2 bath, F.S., D/W, AC, laundry, all close to Kal Beach & Vernon Golf. Available November 1 $835/mo. Sorry, NS, NP.
DOWNTOWN, 2 br 1 bath, stove frig wash dry yard pet friendly Dec 1 $950, 902-8029245 Easthill 3bdrm upper ﬂoor, 5-appl. senior oriented, NP, NS, $1250 incl/util. 558-0474 Enjoy lakeshore living. Spacious 3 bdrm, 2 1/2 bath OK Landing home. Fenced, dock w/ lift, 3 car garage, pets neg. n/s, $1800/mo 604-980-5051 Great Home, 3/4 bdrm, 2 Bath, 1/2 acre private lot, quiet, new reno, granite counters, W/D, DW, Hot tub, 2 decks, avail imm, $1750 (util/incl) 250-3064868 New Home 4bdrm on acreage, 5min from Falkland, $1400 (250)379-2774, 250-938-1124 RURAL ARMSTRONG, Nov 1, bright clean 3 bdrm 1.5 bath, 5 appl, wood stove, fenced yd w/lg shed, quiet couple sm dog n/s $1100 250546-2462 Upper Mission, 3bdrm, 1bath, quiet neighbors, 2 People $875/mo. 250-558-1129 VIEW of LK, dividable hm., 2-kit., 5bdrm, 4.5ba., grg,wrk shp., in-grd. pool, acreage, pet negot. $2000.+utils., 250766-4322, 250-862-6646 West Vernon school area, 3bdrm, 2-bath, f/s, w/d, d/w, n/s, NO PETS, Dec1, long-term, $1050+util, (250)545-3451
OK LAKE 4 bdrm home, adult oriented, dock, fully furnished, great spot on the lake. Large deck and patio. Available Now - June $1200/mo. Sorry, NS, NP.
1bdrm kitchenette, very quiet Motel, low weekly/monthly, responsible single.250-558-6837
HOMES FOR RENT THE ROCK Near new 3 bdrm townhome, great location & view, hardwood ﬂoors, 5 appliances, central air, family welcome. Available immediately. $1300/mo. + H2O. Sorry, NS, NP. DESERT COVE Executive 3 bdrm home, near new, 5 appliances, close to golﬁng, dble garage. Available November 1 $1250/mo. Sorry, NS, NP. GILES DRIVE 1 bdrm suite, daylight, above ground, covered parking, hot tub, private. Available November 1 $700/mo. includes utilities, cable & internet. Sorry, NS, NP.
ADVENTURE BAY 1 bdrm studio on waterfront, great hideaway. Available Now - June 30. $700/mo. + util. Sorry, NS, NP. BROOKS LANE 2 + 2 bdrm, 2 bath, furnished, lakefront home. F.S., W.D., great yard & beach. Available Now - June 30. $1200/mo. + util. Sorry, NS, NP.
250-542-5580 Adult oriented country home, stunning view. 3bdrm, exercise room, 3bathrm, 5app., garage, mins to Armstrong. DD, $1,500/month. References required NP, NS, 250-546-6193. ARMSTRONG, small 2bdrm house, $900/mo incl.hydro, avail Nov 1. 250-546-9151. Avail. Immed. upper suite 3bdrm &/or lower suite 2bdrm or total 5bdrm house, incl/appl. rent neg, 1/3acre in town, ﬁreplaces. 250-542-0060 Avail. now, $1800, 3-bdrm + den, Predator Ridge Golf Resort, NS/NP, 250-503-2039 AVAIL now 3bdrm, clean, lower EastHill, NS/NP $1100/mo +util. 250-545-5841. Beautiful 2-bdrm, log house w/carport on large view lot in country setting, f/s, w/d, n/s, mature only, pets neg, $1000 partial heat incl, Nov15, Falkland (250)379-2533 Beautiful Kal Lake, exc. cond, 5bdrm, 3bath, gas heat, 3-garage, NP. 250-545-9063. Central location, clean 3bdrm, 1 bath, w/d, fenced yard, workshop, $1250 +util, avail Nov.1.-July 31, potentially longer, responsible tenants, monthly walk through to be conducted by landlord. 250306-2655. Coldstream Estates 2300sqft, 3bdrm up, lower level walkout bsmn’t w/2bdrm inlaw suite, 2decks, beautiful view, $1800 NS/NP. 250-260-3630.
Ofﬁce/Retail 1700sqft/850sqft ofﬁce space/? downtown across from Parkade. Util/incl. Avail imm. Price neg 250-260-3196
Rooms for Rent 1bdrm & 2bdrm motel room, weekly or monthly. Avail now. Nice & clean. 250-545-2221. $700 all inclusive satt/wireless, NS/NP avail imm, student/professional pref 250-351-0916
RV Pads OYAMA area. RV site rental, long-term. Lake views. RV storage. 250-869-8505
Seasonal Acommodation Suite in house on Silver Star available for ski season. Queen bed with bunk bed alcove, shared hot tub, internet, ski in, ski out. Call for information and rates. 250-545-4764
Shared Accommodation 1BDRM, no-drugs, no-parties, downtown. $450/mo. incl.util. N/P, furniture, cable. 250-549-0644 Armstrong, $500 util/incl, NS/NP, W/D, internet, no drugs no parties 250-938-5242 Furnish room for rent, $400 plus d/d. Includes all utilities & cable. Call 250-550-4740 Furn. room in large house, $450/mo incl/util, Suits mature prof./student (250)503-8018 House on Middleton,3 bathroom, shared kitchen, laundry, hot tub, $500 (250)558-8298 Large 4bdrm house in Coldstream, close to bus route, all util/incl $600. 250-275-6886. WANTED: Female roommate to share 2bdrm condo w/2bathrooms. DW, WD, AC. Vernon $425/mo +hydro. Avail immed. 250-938-5409 Marina.
Storage Covered storage for Boat or RV. $70/mo (250)546-3452
Homes for Rent
*Apartments * Duplexes * Main Floors * Suites * 2 bdrm 1 bath level entry West Vernon $825+util 3906 27th Ave Incl Fr St Avail Now 2 bdrm 1 bath downtown condo $800+util 205-3700 28A St Incl FR ST Avail Now 2 bdrm 1 bath Foothills suite 6720 Foothills Dr $750+util Incl Fr St Avail Nov 2 bed 1 bath rural home Pets considered $800+util 6980 PV Road Incl Fr St Wa Dr Avail Now 1+ bdrm 1 bath furnished Adventure Bay condo $825+util 26-8800 Advent. Bay Rd Avail mid-Oct 2 bdrm 1 bath 55+ West Vernon condo $745+util 109-3701 27 Ave Incl FSDWWD Avail Nov 2 bdrm 2 bath townhouse $1150 + util 206-301 Browne Road Incl FR ST DW Avail Nov 3 bdrm 1.5 bath downtown duplex $975+util 3600 Centennial Drive Incl appl Avail Now 3 bdrm 1 bath upper duplex $975+util 3408 21 Ave incl Fr St Avail Now CONTACT DOUG WILLIAMS 250-260-0198 / DAN IRVINE 250-549-0119 See pictures & maps at FREE Rental List
at 5603 - 27 St., Vernon
Suites, Lower 1bdrm, 1bath, $750 incl/util & cable, NS/NP, sep.laundry & entry, suitable for single person. 250-938-0250. Avail Imm 1-bdrm, 1-bath, ground level overlooking Ok-Lake, small pet ok, n/s, appl, garage, Avail Nov15 or Dec1, $650/mo+util (250)549-1595 1bdrm,above ground, Coldstream,n/p, 180° view Kal Lk. $850 + 40% util. Shrd lndry, avail now. 250-869-9788. 1bdrm, close to Hunter Store, clean & quiet, NS/NP, util & laundry incl, Ref, DD Req. $700/mo (250)558-9656 1bdrm, daylight, quiet setting, Avail imm, full bath w/tub & shower, util/incl, laundry privileges, $700 +DD, NS/NP. 250545-5141, 250-549-0291. 1bdrm in quiet East Hill neighbourhood, walk to town, priv. entry, newly remodeled, priv. laundry, util/incl. NP, NS, avail. Nov 1. $800. 250-549-1626 1bdrm level entry, fully reno’d, very quiet area, large tree’d backyard, hot water/inc. N/S only, N/P, $600. 250-545-1220 1BDRM, newly reno’d, semifurnished, NS/NP, $750 util & cable incl 250-309-6340 1 bdrm suite, new, N/S, pets neg. Incl utils/ internet/ HD Cable, W/D, large windows, huge yard, off street parking, Middleton, Avail immed. 3062272 $850 2BD, Enderby, newer large, open, view, incl utils, lndry rm, must see. $1095. Call (250)503-6533 2-bdrm, 1200sq.ft. bsmt suite, Alexis Park, F/S, F/P, n/s, n/p, $800 incl util, (250)542-1972 2bdrm, 1-bath, bsmt suite. Great location, large rooms, sep/W/D. $800 250-215-4564. 2bdrm basement suite, avail Nov.1. $900 mon incl util., shared laundry, cable, internet. 15th Ave. 250-863-7439. 2bdrm, brand new, NS/NP, $800/mo incl/util. Coldstream 778-475-4657 2 bdrm bsmnt suite, 1 and 1/2 bath, separate laundry and entrance, near Harwood school. 800 plus 1/2 util, wireless internet incld. sm dog ok. Avail Nov 1 call 250 275 3251 2bdrm daylight suite, 10min to Ski Resort/town, avail. Nov 15, $800 util/incl. 250-545-1620 2bdrm ns, np, 3610 20 Cres. $800 +util. 2bdrm, ns in/out, np, $750, both avail. Nov 1. 250-542-3981, 250-838-9394 3bdrm bsmn’t suite, level entry, $900/mo. 250-542-6620.
ARMSTRONG 2 Bdrm, 1100 sq.ft ++ bsmt suite. 5 appls close to schools & downtown. Parking for two. Available immediately. $1000/mnth. 250306-0875 Beautiful 1200sq ft walk out bsmnt suite with private entrance. Full kitchen, family room, large den, storage room, one bdrm, one bath. In suite laundry hook-up available. Utilities and wireless internet included. On 1/4 acre with beautiful view. Newly renovated, bright, clean. Avail. Dec.1. $1000/month. Contact Jen at 250-309-4819. BRIGHT, spacious 1bdrm, suit 1-professional NS/NP $600/inclusive. Dec 1. 250-545-4380. EASTHILL, adult oriented, bright, 1bdrm walkout, f/p, w/d, appl. pri.ent NS/NP. $675/mo. 250-542-2719, 250-938-1101 FURNISHED Upscale, 1-bdrm, mature adult, private entry, view, parking, extras. n/s, n/p, DD, $850 incl util, (250)558-0374 LARGE 1-BDRM+den Easthill $850/mo. Util. incl. Pets neg. Fenced yard. 250.309.9702
NICE 3BDRM SUITE, on 4.5 acres, very private, fenced & maintained yard, all util/incl. N/S. Avail. Nov 1 250-503-1626 leave message.
Large, 2-bdrm, 2-bath, level entry, n/p, n/s, prof. couple, incl laundry, $1025 & Large bdrm $675, 250-260-1928
Remodeled 2br duplex, upper & lower sundecks, util. & W/D incl. ns/np, avail. now. $1025. 250-260-7786, 250-306-0720
Lower East Hill 1bdrm, ns/np, adult oriented, util/incl. RR/DD, $550/mo. 250-558-9656 LUMBY 1bdrm, quiet, clean & bright, covered entry/patio, priv/laundry, incl/util cable & internet, $650/single. 250-5452499 weekends:250-309-5980 MISSION Hill (Lwr)., 1bd., reno’d, $700. +25%util., avail fr. Nov.1, strge, prkg, 542-6349 MONTH TO MONTH RENTAL 1200sqft, 1bdrm suite +den, stunning OK lakeview, fully priv.entr/laundry, furnished, util/incl. security system, $1200/mo. NS. 250-545-3465 New 1bdrm, level-entry, Middleton W/D, ns/np, a/c, incl/util & internet/cable. $850/mo. Avail now 250-503-6304 Newer 1bdrm suite, W/D, F/S, sep/entry, ns, single pref. $650 avail. immed. (250)309-0897 Newer 2bdrm bsmn’t suite, clean, n/p, no-smokers, for quiet person, level entry, 39th Ave. Nov1,$700 250-545-5841 Newer 2bdrm daylight suite, own laundry, sep/entry, storage, 10min walk to Kal beach, NS, no pets, cable & wireless internet incl. Ref’s, $1000/mo. avail. 250-545-2592 Newly renovated, 1-bdrm, n/s, n/p, f/s, w/d, $800 incl sat t.v. & util, Nov1 (250)503-1931 SOUTH VERNON. 2 BDRM 1 1/2 bath, F/S/W/D. Util. incl. NS/NP. Separate entrance. $850/mo. 250-545-1496
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Homes for Rent
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PROPERTY MANAGEMENT *Houses and Furnished Accommodation* 3 bdrm 2 bath home with big garage $1100+util 3701 27th St incl appliances Avail Nov 2 bdrm 1 bath Landing Meadows townhome $850+util 5300 25th Ave Incl Fr St Avail Dec 2 bdrm 1 bath rural home Tillstar Village $875+util #6-7171 Dixon Dam Rd Incl Fr St Avail Now. 3+ bdrm 2 bath Coldstream Home w pool $1700+util 7504 Holtam Dr Incl appl avail Nov 3 bdrm+Den Coldstream Valley home $1550+util 6872 Learmouth Rd Avail Nov 2 bdrm 2.5 bath renovated home $1450+util 2744 Alvaston Place Five appl included Avail Now 2+1 bdrm 1 bath renovated Harwood house $1175 + util 1608 43rd Ave Incl Fr St Avail Now 2 bdrm 1 bath renovated home $1000+util 1806 31 St near hospital 4 appliances incl Avail Now 2 bdrm 1 bath rural farm home Armstrong $800+util 5004 Hullcar Rd Inc Fr St Avail Now 3+ bdrm 3 bath furnished executive home $1800+util 9725 Cameron Road Incl appl Nov thru June CONTACT DOUG WILLIAMS 250-260-0198 / DAN IRVINE 250-549-0119 See pictures & maps at FREE Rental List at 5603 - 27 St., Vernon
Auto Accessories/Parts 4 Artic claw studded winter tires, size 255/70r16. Fit Ranger fx4 or Sport trac. Used locally for 2 seasons. $400 250549-0807 4 Nokian Hakkapelita winter tires on Taurus wheels, 205/65R15, great shape, $350 obo. 250-558-5600 4-Toyo 205/70R14 winter tires on Mercedes steel rims, c/w hub caps $125. 250-542-5632.
Auto Accessories/Parts F-glass Tonneau cover, 66x67, exc/cond, all hardware incl,$375 Fred (250)545-8710 FREE Removal of unwanted vehicles etc. Dead or Alive Auto Recycling. Call Leo (250)550-5245 LT31575R16 YOKOHAMA GO72, winter studless, tires, used 1 season $650 OBO (250)307-0002 Range rider canopy c/w boat rack, ﬁts Dodge Ram short box, 03-08 bright metallic silver, asking $449. 250-5498410 RE-MANUFACTURED ENGINES 2 Year, 60,000 km, Warranty. 250-542-2685. WRECKING GM FWD CARS, motors from $250; trannies from $200; doors from $50. All parts on shelf. Since 1994. Armstrong. 250-546-9055.
4 Winter Rims - $150. 16”x7” rims from 2007 Toyota Sienna. Bolt pattern is 5x114.3mm Should ﬁt Camry/Solara/Supra/Rav4/ Sienna. I have a ﬂoor jack and tools and can test ﬁt on your vehicle to make sure they work. Call 250-546-3606 after 6 PM
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Cars - Domestic
Cars - Domestic
1992 Oldsmobile 88, new battery, tires & alternator, 4 winter tires $1200obo (250)542-1430 1997 Ford Escort EL Wagon, Dependable, great gas mileage, Pioneer CD,A/C, only 182,000 kms, winter tires, new fuel pump, $1900 OBO,250545-3092 or 250-309-9107. 1998 Chrysler Concord, good cond, leather int., new starter & fuel pump, 195,000 kms, $2200.obo. 250-545-2110. 2000 Camry, priced for quick sale! Great cond. $3950. 250542-4978. 2000 Chrysler Cirrus, 135,000 kms, new tires this Spring, well maintained, remote start, nicely loaded.$4800. 250-2604174 after 5pm. 2001 Kia Rio, sporty, mags, sunroof, etc $3000. 250-5497263.
2001 Buick Century Custom, 103,000kms, new snow tires, 4-summer tires mounted, loaded. $3500 obo. 250-542-2768, 250-308-7041. 2001 Olds Alero, new brakes & tires, well maint, exc.cond $2200 obo 250-307-0002 2002 Pontiac Grand Am SE, new fuel pump & front brakes, $2300 obo. 250-545-2685 2003 Cavalier, 4dr auto, a/c, 60,000kms, very good & clean car, $5200. 250-546-9055 2003 Sunﬁre, 155K, clean car, good tires, cruise, 5-spd, $3600 OBO, (250)549-4634 2009 HYUNDAI Elantra, loaded, lease return, exc cond., warr, $13,875. 250-861-3339.
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1988 Toyota Corolla wagon, 2WD, needs engine work but otherwise exc.cond. $200. You tow. 250-542-9448. 1998 Toyota Corolla, $2500 (250)545-6368 1999 HONDA CRV. Well maint. Great on gas, 5 spd, AWD, very reliable, 2 sets tires and rims. 224k hway. 250878-0672 2000 SUBARU Outback, AWD, loaded, 182K, well maint., exc/cond. winter tires/rims, $9800, 542-8959
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2003 Dakota, V6, auto, 2wd, only 97,000k, air, immaculate ext cab. $7950. 250-938-8370.
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2007 SUZUKI RM-Z 250, 4-STROKE, SCORPION RAD GUARDS, MOOSE LEVER GUARDS, 2-AIR FILTERS, CHANGED OIL EVERY FEW RIDES, RUNS GREAT! $3499. JEFF 250-938-0913
2004 Buick Rendezvous, loaded, low kms, exc.cond. $8450 obo. 250-545-4170.
Recreational/Sale 10’ CAMPER, EVERYTHING WORKS, NO LEAKS, $1200 OBO. 250-545-2592. 2006 Crossroad cruiser 30’ 5th wheel, triple slides, n/p, n/s, great shape, 3000is Honda generator, $29,900 obo. 250558-5600 8’ Vanguard Camper, older model, f/s, everything works, hydraulic jacks, $800 obo (250)542-1430 Hi-Jacker 16,000lb slider 5th wheel hitch, used once $450. 250-260-4894.
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2003 Dodge Caravan, exc. cond. great value, 180,000kms $4500. (250)547-0163 2004 GMC Sierra 2500 SLE Duramax, diesel, 4x4, crew cab, short box, excellent cond. $18,000. Days 250-503-1311, Eves 250-558-7882
Trucks & Vans
2005 Nissan Frontier, 4dr, auto, 168,000kms, $15,000 Firm. 250-547-2233, 250-549-6583.
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2007 GMC 2500 HD, ext. cab, s/b, 4x4, remote starter, 170k, $13,500. 250-307-0002
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1993 Plymouth Caravan, auto, 3.3, 163kms, exc. cond. $1295. 250-550-6431 1999 F250 Deisel 4x4 S-cab Lariat. Loaded 270,000 kms $8,750. ( 250)-769-6877 1999 Ford Explorer XLT, winter ready, great cond., 239,000kms, 4wd, V6, auto. $5,000. obo. 250-550-7080. 2000 Dodge Dakota 4x4, c/w matching canopy, 240k, new tires, transmission, well maintained, $5500. 250-546-3269.
2010 GMC Sierra, ext-cab, power pkg, tow pkg, 4.8 V8, stone gray, many extras, 9,000kms, Beautiful truck. $23,900 (250)542-4047
Utility Trailers Snowmobile trailer, 8x10 removable sides, steel ramp, $1200. 250-545-2000.
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TRAILERS All types, all sizing, excellent pricing. Pleasant Valley Trailers, Vernon. (250)545-2000 UTILITY trailer, 8x4.5’ w/2’ sides. $400. 250-542-6170.
2001 Pontiac Montana, 7pass, 5dr, pw, pl, air, 188K, $3000 250-308-5555
1ST Class Mystique Escorts. Gorgeous Ladies & Men of all ages to suit every need. 24/7 out calls. Quick arrival time reasonable rates. 860-6778 (Kelowna), (250) 558-5500 (Vernon). NOW HIRING. www.mystiqueescorts.ca
2001 Dodge Ram cargo, 334k, $3500. 2002 Chevy Cavalier, 133k, $3000, excellent cond. 250-260-1865
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PUBLIC INFORMATION MEETING A Proposal to Rezone the Property at: 1. 100 Hadow Road - Lot 13 Sec 22 Twp 19 Rg 9 W6M KDYD Plan KAP53741 – PID 019-070-217 2. T140 Hadow Road - NE ¼ of Sec 22 Twp 19 Rg 9 W6M KDYD – PID 013-912-003 3. 800 Grandview Bench - W ½ of the SE ¼ of Sec 27 Twp 19 Rg 9 W6M KDYD – PID 013-914-715 4. Part 11 Fernwood Road - That Part of SE ¼ Sec 22 shown on Plan B4968 Twp 19 Rg 9 W6M KDYD Except Plan KAP53741 – PID 013912-062 The purpose of the meeting is to allow the applicants to present details of the proposal and to review input from the community. DATE: Wednesday, November 10, 2010 TIME: 6:30 p.m. • Presentation to begin at 7 p.m. LOCATION: 56 Fernwood Road, Enderby, BC DETAILS: Proposal to return the subject properties from their current zoning designation of Trails at Enderby Comprehensive Development Zone (CD1) to their original zoning of County Residential (CR) and NonUrban (NU).
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2005 Chevrolet Aveo LT Hatchback
2005 Chevrolet Cavalier
2006 Pontiac Wave
4cyl, auto, P/W, P/L, CD player, 61,000 kms. P2449
Auto, CD player, 51,000 kms. P2448
5 spd, A/C, CD player, only 71,000 kms. P2472
2006 Chevrolet Aveo
2006 Pontiac Wave
Auto, 72,000 kms. P2443
2006 Pontiac Pursuit Stk# P2437 2007 Pontiac G5 Stk# P2473 2005 Pontiac Wave Hatchback Stk# P2465 2006 Hummer H3 SUV Stk# P2383A 2008 GMC SLT 4dr 4X4 Denali Stk# U257 2006 GMC Sierra SLE 2500 HD Stk# P2436 2007 GMC Sierra SLT 1500 Stk# 20-268A 2008 GMC Sierra SLT 1500 C/Cab Stk# 20-178A 2002 GMC Sonoma 4X4 C/Cab Stk# P2438 2007 GMC Sierra WT 1500 Stk# P2425 2003 GMC Sierra Stk# 20-300A 2010 GMC SLT 4dr 4X4 Stk# U255 2006 GMC 1500 Stk# 20-203A 2006 GMC Diesel Stk# 21-153A 2007 GMC Yukon Denali AWD Stk# 21-130C 2007 GMC Sierra SL Long Box Stk# P2363 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2467 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2474 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2462 2005 Chevrolet Blazer Stk# P2439 1997 Chevrolet Blazer Stk# P2421A 2006 Chevrolet 4dr Sedan Stk# P2422A 2004 Chevrolet Malibu Stk# 20-321A 2006 Chevrolet Sedan Stk# P2432 2006 Chevrolet Sedan Stk# P2435 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2428 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2468 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt LS Sedan Stk# P2241A 2005 Chevrolet Aveo Stk# P2458 2009 Chevrolet Express 3/4 C Van Stk# P2369 2008 Chevrolet Utility FWD Stk# P2464 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2374 2006 Chevrolet Sedan Stk# P2471 2007 Chevrolet Cobalt Stk# P2470
5 spd, 56,000 kms. P2444
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