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Hope for Japan RICHARD ROLKE Morning Star Staff
Vernon’s cultural heritage will be celebrated as a way of helping victims of Japan’s earthquake. The City of Vernon, the Vernon Arts Centre and the Vernon Japanese Cultural Society are hosting two events April 21 for earthquake and tsunami relief. “The level of devastation and the impact of the earthquake and the tsunami has affected all of us, especially because we have a sister city there,” said Coun. Buffy Baumbrough of Tome, Japan. “A lot of people have visited there and want to help.” The Vernon Arts Centre will have a table at Earth Day celebrations at Spirit Square, by city hall, from 11:30 CORY BIALECKI/MORNING STAR a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Keita Mizuno, one, enjoys a foray into a shrubbery forest Saturday with some ori“For a loonie, stugami paper while spending time at the Japanese Cultural Centre during the sushi dents can make an and bake sale/bottle drive fundraiser for Japan disaster relief. origami crane,” said Baumbrough. participate in the fund- assistance to earthquake with officials in Tome, “We hope that there raising can contact and tsunami victims, where some buildings will be 1,000 cranes.” Coun. Jack Gilroy at they should contact the were destroyed by the An evening of enter- 250-542-6477. Salvation Army, the Red earthquake. tainment will be held at “They are high The city and the Cross or other humanithe Vernon Performing Vernon enough on land not to Japanese tarian agencies. Arts Centre (tentatively Cultural Society recent“We want to help be affected by the tsufrom 6 to 9 p.m.). ly launched a campaign them,” said Gilroy, nami but they were cut The event will also for Tome. chairperson of the sister off because of fissures include an auction with in the road for a week,” Residents wanting to city committee. items donated by local donate funds to assist “We’ve had a rela- he said. artists. However, nearby Tome can drop cheques tionship with Tome “There will be a dis- off at Vernon city hall or since the early 1980s and seaside communities play with information mail them to 3400 30th they send students over weren’t as fortunate. about our sister city,” St., Vernon, V1T 5E6. “Everything was here to our schools.” said Baumbrough. Mayor Wayne Lippert wiped out,” Lippert said For those wanting Anyone wanting to to provide immediate has recently had contact of the tsunami.
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Transit project idles as doubts surface RICHARD ROLKE
“You will see more trees in there although not as large,” said Rob Last-minute doubts have stalled Dickinson, engineering general a major transportation project in manager, of the plan to replace downtown Vernon. the trees cut down. City council decided Monday Staff defend the current proto withhold a decision on changes posal, saying a transit terminal to Cenotaph Park as part of a in the 3000 block of 31st Avenue new transit bus terminus on 31st will be close to public services and Avenue, although the initiative restricting that portion of road has been on the books for years to buses only will not adversely and a call for tenaffect parking. ders was expected “We see this as to be issued next an opportunity week. to turn Cenotaph “Cenotaph Park into a more Park has a real sigvibrant and active nificance in this place,” said Cleo community and Corbett, longthat gets lost in range planner. this,” said Coun. “To have a Patrick Nicol. transit terminus — Shawn Lee “I don’t see a means people whole bunch of will be moving buses adding to throughout the that place.” site.” City staff has been asked to The first design for the 31st come back with more informa- Avenue proposal was done in tion April 11, but some politi- January 2009 and went to the cians are suggesting that block of public for input in April 2009. 31st Avenue be abandoned and “We heard back from people the transit terminal be moved to that this is the location they like,” the former Coldstream Hotel site, said Dickinson. which the city owns. Support for the present concept “Why can’t it be on the next comes from Coun. Shawn Lee. block up?” said Nicol. “Sometimes we have to cut Council endorsed the transit down a tree for something that’s terminal next to Cenotaph Park greater for the area,” he said. in July 2010, but what touched “We will plant a tree and the off reconsideration Monday was tree will grow.” plans to remove two 70-year-old Coun. Mary-Jo O’Keefe is contrees. cerned calls to relocate the transit “I have a real problem with terminus to the Coldstream Hotel taking trees out,” said Coun. Jack site could restrict downtown reviGilroy. talization. An arborist’s report indicates “That Coldstream lot is valuthat one of the trees along the able in terms of how we develop it northern property line could live or even if we sell it,” she said. for another 20 years if undisB.C. Transit is picking up 47 turbed, but roots could be dam- per cent of the $805,000 cost of aged by sidewalk. the transit terminus at Cenotaph One tree has fungal growth Park, but it’s not known if that and could live for 10 to 15 years if money would be available for undisturbed. another site. Morning Star Staff
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Spring signals Highway 97 work RICHARD ROLKE Morning Star Staff
Crews will start tackling a multi-million-dollar transportation project this spring. Windley Contracting of Nanaimo has been awarded a $40.8 million contract for the new four-lane Highway 97 between Winfield and Oyama. â€œSometime near the end of April we should be able to start construction,â€? said Reid Drummond, project manager for the Ministry of Transportation. The plan is to have the nine-kilometre, upland route completed in 2013. Drummond doesnâ€™t believe there will be any major interruption for motorists once work does begin. â€œThe bulk of the project is away from the existing alignment,â€? he said of the cur-
â€œThis will solve a lot of safety issues.â€? â€” Guenther rent highway along Wood Lake. The $77.9 million project was announced in 2008 by the federal and provincial governments as a way of reducing the number of accidents in the area. It was decided to construct a new upland route because the existing narrow, two-lane highway would have been too challenging to expand because of Wood Lake on one side and rock cliffs on the other side.
The District of Lake Country had been demanding upgrades for years. â€œItâ€™s very good news,â€? said Coun. Noreen Guenther of the construction contract being awarded. â€œThis will solve a lot of safety issues. There are still a lot of accidents going on there.â€? Five people were killed in motor vehicle accidents on the existing narrow, two-lane highway between 2005 and 2008. Guenther believes that a new highway will improve commercial trade in the Okanagan by making it easier for goods and services to be transported. â€œThe economic activity with the construction will also benefit the valley,â€? she said. Itâ€™s expected the project will create more than 250 jobs during construction.
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Vehicles pulled off road ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
A total of 15 commercial vehicles, out of 64 checked, were taken out of service following a three-day North Okanagan commercial vehicle inspection. Members of the Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP’s North Okanagan Traffic Services and Integrated Road Safety Unit conducted the inspection March 22-24 in partnership with provincial commercial vehicle inspectors and WorkSafe BC. The purpose behind the checks was to enforce B.C. driving laws and safety and WorkSafe BC regulations. The average of five commercial vehicles a day taken off the road is a bit alarming to the local RCMP. “We have these commercial vehicles out there that are not road-worthy, and five a day is a pretty big number when you consider that’s what is out there on a daily basis,” said Vernon RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk. “We’d like to see it down to none, of course, but there are always those individuals who are probably just trying to make it to the end of the month or inspection time. “With 15 of them out there, in those three days, out of 64, that’s a pretty high number.” Molendyk figured it would be items such as brakes, front-end damage or the wear of the vehi-
“We’d like to see it down to none.” — Gord Molendyk cle’s tires that resulted in the vehicles being taken off the road for repairs. During the check stops, police and inspectors also checked private vehicles. In the three-day campaign, officials wrote 68 violation tickets under the Motor Vehicle Act; eight seatbelt tickets were written; there were 38 written warnings for vehicle defects; police stopped three prohibited drivers and had their vehicles impounded, and police also made two small drug seizures. The road checks will continue, said Molendyk, to ensure area roadways are safe for all motorists. Vernon RCMP were also kept busy last week dealing with problem motorists. Police issued 10 24-hour prohibition, six for marijuana and four for alcohol. Three drivers were given three-day Immediate Roadside Prohibitions (IRPs) and one was given a 90-day IRP. Six vehicles were impounded for various infractions.
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Vandals target Falkland Stampede grounds ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
The rash of recent vandalism at the Falkland Stampede grounds is resulting in lost sleep for Bob Carson. The man who looks after the grounds on a volunteer basis is befuddled by the acts of vandalism, including spray-painted graffiti and property damage, that have been happening for no rhyme or reason. “It’s happened in the past, keeps going on and on, then it goes for a lull, it’s good for awhile, then all of a sudden it starts over again,” said Carson. “It’s a frustrating situation. Everyday I only sleep about half-the-night, wondering what’s going on up there again. I just can’t keep up.” In recent weeks, vandals have spraypainted gold paint graffiti on the grandstands and some of the barrels on the grounds. They have also used some kind of metal implement to get into private property on the grounds. The roof has been torn off a souvenir booth as well as the area where the cowboys change. Barbecue glass was smashed over the entrance to the grandstand. Locks have been ripped off doors to some of the concessions where items inside the concession have been opened up and spread around. A two-inch door was ripped out of the wall of one booth, resulting in damage to the screws and boards. While Carson refers to it as “Mickey Mouse-style” vandalism, the damage does add up. Everything is repaired by volunteer labour but the monetary total for such damage would likely be into the thousands of dollars. “It drives me crazy,” said Stampede manager Jason Churchill of the vandalism. “Every single person on our committee is volunteering their time, nobody gets paid. We’re up there having work parties, working our butts off. And any money we raise goes back into the community. “It sure would be nice to find out who is doing this because it’s driving us insane.” Anybody with any information on the vandalism at the Falkland Stampede grounds is asked to
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City hall may be bottle-free zone RICHARD ROLKE
“It sends the message that tap water is safe A limited ban on and that we’re reducing bottled water could the amount of energy bubble to the surface in needed to produce botVernon. tles.” The environThe conmental advicept of a ban sory committee must still be revisited the considered issue of bottled by council, water last week, and there is and it’s proposthe possibiling restrictions ity that the Baumbrough in city-owned city may ask buildings like the North city hall and the public Okanagan Regional works yard. District to pursue such “Any meetings action for public recrewith staff or the pub- ational facilities. lic in these facilities On Monday, council wouldn’t use bottled was urged by Kalamalka water,” said Coun. Buffy Secondary School’s Baumbrough, who is social/political awarecommittee chairperson. ness movement group Morning Star Staff
to restrict use of bottled water. “Water is becoming a commodity and it is only available to people who can afford it,” said student Justine Correia. Correia added that residents and farmers in some Third World nations are losing access to water because large corporations are directing the resource towards bottling for western consumers. It was also pointed out that energy is required to make the bottles and transport them to market. “A majority of plastic bottles are not being recycled,” said student Lauren Dixon.
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However, not everyone embraces the idea. Additional options for tourists try“This is in direct competition to ing to get to the airport could eventu- existing businesses,” said Coun. Bob ally take flight. Spiers of private taxis and shuttles. Vernon council has asked that Spiers called for a surcharge for a southbound bus stop at Kelowna anyone wanting to take the bus to the International Airport be airport, but that was shot considered by the North down. Okanagan Regional “If someone wants to wait District and be part of an two or three hours for a bus, upcoming transit service they are not competing with review. a taxi,” said Coun. Mary-Jo “Guests wish to have O’Keefe. better service,” said “It’s a service that’s nice Michelle Jefferson, tourism to offer. We need to provide Shawn Lee manager. more (to tourists).” Presently, the bus Support for Spiers’ proleaves Vernon, stops at the posal came from Coun. Kalamalka college campus and the Patrick Nicol, who says the UBC route University of B.C. in Kelowna and is expensive to operate. doesn’t arrive at the airport until it “There is nothing wrong with is returning northbound. That adds clawing back a little money from about 17 minutes for someone want- those who benefit,” he said. ing to go to the airport. “Sometimes in business, when you “It must be frustrating to see your add to a service, you get a fee for it.” destination and then keep going,” said O’Keefe pointed out that an extra Coun. Shawn Lee. bus stop has not been approved and is It’s been proposed that a stop could only being reviewed. be made at the airport before the bus “Our motion does not preclude a arrives at UBC. fee for service,” she said. “By providing more choice, we will The other issue that arose is the reduce the number of single-occu- bus to UBC is often at capacity and a pancy vehicles,” said Coun. Shawn southbound stop at the airport could Lee. delay students getting to classes. It was also suggested that increased “This additional time will impact transit use would ease parking at the students’ time and they are on a tight airport. schedule,” said Spiers.
“We need to take back the tap,” said Correia. “Water is a basic human right and it needs to be valued.” Earlier this year, a delegation from Nestle Waters Canada opposed the concept of a bottled water ban in city facilities.
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SEWER CONSTRUCTION The City of Vernon will be starting construction of the Fleming Road Sewer Local Area Service project starting the ﬁrst week of April 2011. The work area is shown on the map below and includes the intersection of Bella Vista and Tronson Road, Bella Vista Road and Fleming Road. Single lane alternating trafﬁc will be in effect during construction. Delays may occur periodically to ensure public safety. Tronson Road will be affected during the initial stage to allow connection to the existing sewer line and again when the ﬁnal paving is complete. Emergency vehicle access will be maintained at all times. For further details regarding this project please contact Focus Corporation at 250-980-5502.
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Cultural shift into construction zone RICHARD ROLKE Morning Star Staff
Midsummer’s Eve of the Arts is the highlight of the social calendar, but a new location is raising eyebrows. The Vernon Art Gallery has asked the City of Vernon for permission to hold the annual fundraiser in Cenotaph Park July 20. However, 31st Avenue could be torn up as part of proposed road construction. “It’s not the event I would think to put on in a construction zone,” said Coun. Mary-Jo O’Keefe. That is a concern shared by Coun. Shawn Lee, who believes construction could be disruptive. “Should they take a stroll to other works to see what’s going on?” he said. Vernon Art Gallery officials selected Cenotaph Park as a one-time only location for Midsummer’s Eve as a way of celebrating the 25th anniversary of the event. We’d like to do something spectacular,” said president Marion Morrison, adding that the location would increase the profile of the gallery and downtown. “We want to show all of the things we can do downtown.” Morrison believes the event can be
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tion if the gallery is looking for another location. “Maybe Polson Park and the new pavilion would work better for them,” he said. The city’s finance committee is currently considering a request from the gallery for $2,000 for fencing Cenotaph Park.
Paintballs damage house, vehicles in Coldstream ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
Every year, sighed Vernon RCMP spokesperson Gord Molendyk, police get reports of individuals going on a paintball spree. The spree started Saturday in Coldstream. A home in the 12000 block of Kalamalka Road, and two cars in the 8700 block of Aberdeen Road were paintballed with green paint. It’s believe the incidents happened between noon and 2 p.m. “It’s a senseless act
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t appears that some Lumby residents are wanting to have their cake and eat it too. Those opposed to a correctional facility setting up shop in the community have blasted village council’s handling of the issue. And rightly so. At times the process hasn’t seemed very transparent. Instead of simply just presenting information to the public, council has given the impression that a prison is a foregone conclusion. Mayor Kevin Acton’s comments certainly haven’t been impartial. But despite calls for democracy and openness to prevail, the opposition forces are now treading a very thin line. On CHBC March 24, Paul Fisher, Lumby Richard Rolke Concerned Citizens spokesman, was asked if his group would accept a yes vote for a prison during the April 30 referendum. His response was, “Even though we might lose the referendum, we’re not going to stop.” Now Fisher might have meant that his group may continue to express concerns about the potential impact of a prison on Lumby if a majority of Lumby residents endorse a facility, and they may lobby for changes to minimize those concerns if a building actually goes ahead. Such action would certainly be acceptable. However, it would be easy to read into Fisher’s comments that his group will not accept anything but a no vote April 30 and they will consider other options to prevent a jail from coming to town. If that is what is intended, then that would be extremely unfortunate, particularly from a group whose reputation has been partly based on being inclusive and having rank-and-file citizens listened to. Imagine if the shoe was on the other foot and a majority of Lumby residents (and in
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our system, a majority is 50 per cent plus one) voted that they didn’t want a prison, but council and the yes side proceeded to ask the government for one. Heads would roll. There would be immediate demands for resignations. There would be threats of legal action. So if members of Lumby Concerned Citizens are going to hold village council to a certain moral and political standard, they must be willing to walk the talk themselves. If there is a yes vote April 30, Lumby Concerned Citizens won’t be happy, but they must accept the results. Obviously they should remain vigilant and ensure that government and council promises are fulfilled, but there must be no talk of overturning the referendum results no matter how questionable the process has been. Back in February, Fisher took a swing at his elected officials. “We are disappointed in the way council has handled this critical issue because we now have a community divided and becoming more divided,” he said. There is absolutely no question Lumby and area is divided, and the entire debate has got personal and nasty at times. But given Fisher’s comments that “we’re not going to stop” if there is a yes vote, the rift will get even worse if Lumby Concerned Citizens tries to relive the fight. It is one thing to stand up for what you believe is right, but it’s completely another to turn the screws when the majority has spoken. Also, by implying that they won’t abide by the referendum outcome, the Lumby Concerned Citizens are giving approval to those who want a prison to do the same if a majority of residents vote in the negative. It will become nothing but an endless, vicious cycle. Acton and the rest of council have indicated publicly that they will live with what ever happens April 30, and it is time for Lumby Concerned Citizens to do the same.
Obviously, it is within the mandate of Vernon council to question the location of a new transit bus terminus. Putting it next to Cenotaph Park and shutting down that portion of 31st Avenue to vehicles may not be the wisest choice. But instead of waiting until the 11th hour to raise those concerns Monday, where were these same council members last summer? On July 26, 2010, council authorized staff to work with B.C. Transit on the design of a transit terminus at the proposed location on 31st Avenue. Only Coun. Shawn Lee was absent from that meeting, and none of the politicians present opposed the motion. Since that time, city staff has been under the impression that they had the green light to proceed with designs of the $805,000 project. Agreements were hammered out to ensure B.C. Transit was picking up 47 per cent of the tab. And as part of the city centre neighbourhood plan, transportation strategies went before the public for input. Among the concepts was the transit terminus next to Cenotaph Park. The process has moved ahead unimpeded by council because tenders for construction were supposed to be issued next week. Things are now on hold until the April 11 council meeting, and while the project may still proceed, construction timelines may be delayed because of unexpected waffling. B.C. Transit funding could also be put at risk. But most importantly, council has sent staff a message that approval doesn’t really mean approval and countless hours of time, as well as money, can be wasted. Council members shouldn’t just rubber-stamp staff recommendations, but if they’re going to reverse course, don’t wait until the last minute.
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EDITOR: GLENN MITCHELL
Water rate hike doesn't add up
asic arithmetic proves conclusively that the proposed new water fee structure recommended by GVAC penalizes most those who do their utmost to conserve water. Often, these are people on low-wage or limitedpension incomes who least can afford an increase. GVAC proposes to sock the heftiest water rate increases to people who do not water lawns, wash cars or flush after every use and who minimize water used for washing clothes, dishes and themselves. Incredible as it seems, GVAC proposes the best water savers suffer the highest water rate increases. Duh! The amount of water included in the quarterly base fee is proposed to be cut in half from 20 to 10 cubic metres per quarter. As a result, people who cut back water usage substantially to save both water and dollars (think a single senior or young adult renter) so they could make do with the 20 cubic metres included in the old base rate will see an increase from $50.17 per quarter to $74. That works out to a 48 per cent increase for our most frugal water users!
WAY TO GO Thank you for your recent article on Richard Harrison, a Grade 5 student at Harwood School who won the Canspell regional championship and qualified for the national championships in Toronto. I am a board member of the Junction Literacy Society as well as the Coordinator for the North Okanagan Early Childhood Development Coalition. In the past year, we have had a Screen Smart public awareness campaign to alert children, parents, early childhood and classroom educators, and the community at large to the increasing challenges of screen time in relation to children’s healthy development. We know that there is a relationship between too much screen time and language development. Children who have poor vocabulary skills at age three are usually the same children who arrive at kindergarten vulnerable on one or more developmental scales. These are the same children who are struggling with reading at the end of Grade 3 and the same youths who fail to attain high school graduation. Poor literacy skills impact educational achievement, employment, physical and mental health, social inclusion and
It is possible to survive on only 10 cubic metres per quarter by flushing only when absolutely necessary and by reducing clothes washing and bathing to a minimum. That would result in a savings of $7.80 under the proposed new water rates and reduce the increase to only 32 per cent... but… that extra saving would involve a drop in one’s quality of life and probably comes with some health risks.
success in personal relationships. We know that 47 per cent of Canadian adults wrestle with functional literacy issues and that almost one in three children in the North Okanagan arrive at school without the skills they need for school success. We also know that 90% of brain development happens in the first five years! Richard Harrison’s parents have stated that they have no cable and very limited movie and computer time. They put a priority on reading and not only Richard, but also his younger brother have competed in spelling challenges. Screen time including TV, video games, computers and hand-held electronic devices can be “addictive” and keep children from doing what they really need to be doing in their early years – playing actively outdoors and with friends, reading, eating nutritious meals, and getting adequate sleep. On average, our children are viewing screens 7.5 hours per day. Often they have screens in their rooms which cannot be well-monitored by parents and can interfere with sleep. Commercials promote unhealthy food choices and children who spend too much time in front of screens are at risk for obesity and diabetes. Research also shows that too much screen time
can make children depressed and anxious. The Morning Star is to be commended for highlighting Richard’s excellent achievement and our community should be proud of this young man. I would also like to recognize Richard’s parents for their pivotal role in modelling and encouraging his interest in reading and his achievements with spelling. It is not easy in today’s society to take a stand as a parent and keep screen time to a minimum. I would like to put a challenge out there to all parents – turn off the screens, read, talk, play, sing and enjoy the outdoor activities that the North Okanagan has to offer. Lynne Reside THANK YOU No one wakes up thinking hmmm ... I think I'd like to spend some time in the hospital today. Unfortunately many of us don't have a choice and do end up in the hospital, with serious life-threatening health problems. My situation escalated and became very serious quite quickly several weeks ago. All I can say, is thank heavens for the well-trained and alert staff at Vernon Jubilee Hospital. I don't expect every one to understand
Those who make do with only 40 cubic metres of water per quarter are not hit as hard. Their water bill will only increase by 31 per cent. It helps if you are a bit of a water hog and splurge by using 100 cubic metres per quarter. You get hit with a paltry increase of only 22 per cent. Your old water bill would go from a bit less than $500 per year to a bit more than $600. Of course, if you use even more than 100 cubic metres per quarter then your bill will be closer to the 20 per cent overall increase touted by the water gurus at GVAC. I urge you to write a letter, make a phone call or collar a politician or water board official eye ball to eye ball. Maybe we need to hire someone who knows how to manage costs and keep them within the bounds of our ability to pay. Sticking our most needy with water rate increases upwards of 50 per cent is not acceptable. Nor is letting non-food producers have the benefit of low agricultural water rates…they should be limited to food producers alone, shouldn’t they? Jim Bodkin
how traumatic and horrifying an exposure to this kind of situation can be on an individual. With all confidence I can assure everyone, that at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital they will be looked after by the most efficient, competent staff they or their family members could ever hope for. I was overwhelmed with stress, anxiety and fear. These well-trained professionals not only performed their jobs with stellar accuracy, but went the extra mile to comfort, calm, and soothe me. What probably impressed me the most though, was that for over a week as I was there recovering, they made me feel like family. Despite their heavy work loads, they still catered to my every need, right down to bringing me a portable telephone to speak with family members from out of province. So now as I continue to recover at home, I wish to thank everyone from the ambulance attendants who sprung into action and did an amazing job. As well as each and every staff member who went out of their way and well beyond their job descriptions and responsibilities to ensure my comfort and recovery. These amazing people saved my life and continued on about their daily routines as if they had done
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The combination of art, wine and food was a success for an organization that helps adults with developmental disabilities. The North Okanagan Community Life Society’s third annual Art and Wine Gala raised $60,095 Saturday. “The 74 guests were served an amazing fivecourse meal by Andrew and Dawn at the Eclectic Med restaurant,” said Garry Molitwenik, executive director. “Colin Hamilton and Molitwenik Maggie Voisey from the Village Green Liquor Store made more than 30 beautiful wine baskets which had donated product from the Okanagan Valley.” Daryll O’Brian, Deanna Jingo, Aberdeen Hall and Christophe and Tatyana Penalva also donated wine, while Okanagan Spirits provided a six-bottle case. Fourteen artists produced items for the event, with the highest bid being $2,600 for Through the Glass Darkly by Michelle Loughery. The second highest was $2,500 for Yellow Orange Energy 2010 by Heidi Thompson. Pippa Shaw raised $10,350 this year by seeking individual donations for NOCLS, while Calvin Hoy raised $3,500. Rod Dubland and Ryan Molitwenik collected $3,410. “Thank you to everyone who assisted in PHOTO SUBMITTED making this such a successful gala,” said Garry Betty Johnson performs during the third annual Art and Wine Gala fundraiser for the Molitwenik. North Okanagan Community Life Society at the Eclectic Med Saturday.
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REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held in the Board Room of the Regional District of North Okanagan, 9848 Aberdeen Road, Coldstream, B.C. on April 6, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. to hear representations on the following matter:
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Transit service comes under scrutiny JENNIFER SMITH
will help develop shortterm system changes to Plans are driving be implemented within ahead to get more pas- the next five years. sengers on board the “What we feel can bus. be improved upon and A review of the local possibly what routes transit service is get- need to be looked at ting underway to ana- under the microscope,” lyze existsaid Harvard. ing service Coldstream levels, cost politicians have factors/allosome concerns cations, cliaround timing ent groups, and the effecgeographic tiveness of a areas and two-week ridefficiency ership count. Maria Besso of service “If you just delivery. measure what “For all of is you may be us, the next step is how missing what could be,” do we get more peo- said Coun. Maria Besso, ple on the bus?” Steve urging the review to Harvard, from B.C. examine options curTransit, told Coldstream rently not provided by council at a presenta- transit. tion Monday. One example, she Along with con- says, is ways to improve sulting with munici- Vernon’s Kelowna conpal partners (Vernon, nection, particularly to Coldstream and North UBC Okanagan. Okanagan Regional “That is probably District transit partici- the single most effective pants), a ridership count way to subsidize stuand public consultation dents getting an educaMorning Star Staff
tion,” said Besso. The North Okanagan connector is also a route of concern for Vernon. The tourism advisory committee is asking for an additional stop at Kelowna International Airport. Currently the transit service only makes a northbound stop at the airport and does not stop at the airport when heading south from Vernon to Kelowna. But Harvard says
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Seven new volunteers have been fully trained to join more than 40 others in the Vernon-North Okanagan RCMP Safe Communities Unit’s Citizens On Patrol (COP) program. For more than 19 years, the COP program has helped minimize the amount of crime occurring by acting as extra sets of eyes and ears for the RCMP. “The COP program is a dedicated group of
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Artists sought to help Armstrong celebrate centennial ROGER KNOX Morning Star Staff
Armstrong council has hit on a banner idea to help the city celebrate its 100th birthday in 2013. Council will be commissioning banners to hang throughout the city in 2012 and 2013. “We’ll be trying to design some new banners for the city,” said Mayor Chris Pieper. “We’ll ask local schools, art clubs and the museum if they want to participate in helping us design some decorative
“We’ll be trying to design some new banners for the city.” — Chris Pieper banners.” The banners hope to be finalized by June and then go to print.
The finished product will hang on the streets of Armstrong for two years, replacing the existing banners. Library party a hit More than 700 people stopped by the Armstrong-Spallumcheen branch to wish the Okanagan Regional Library a happy 75th birthday. The library hosted a day-long celebration on March 26. “The library averages about 200 people a day during regular times, so they had
about 500 more,” said Armstrong Coun. Sully O’Sullivan, the city’s representative on the ORL board. “It was very good.” The highlight of the day for O’Sullivan, and many of the attendees, was the local library history lesson given by former employee Ruth Bosomworth, 97. “She was unbelievable,” said O’Sullivan. “She remembered everything about the history of the library. She was so sharp. She worked for the library in the ‘60s. Everybody was astounded by her memory and recollections.”
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Seniors’ organizations have received a financial boost. Seven charities split $2,250 during the Heaton Place Charity Challenge, which ended Sunday after seven weeks of voting. “The big winner of the Charity Challenge was Armstrong’s Senior’s Activity Centre, which received a total of 62 per cent of the vote to walk away with $1,395 to put towards their many programs that benefit local seniors,” said Meghan Kines, with Heaton Place in Armstrong. “The Armstrong Royal Canadian Legion received 25 per cent of the votes and received $562, while the Seniors’ Information and Resource Bureau of Vernon received five per cent to take home $112.” The remaining eight per cent of the votes were split among the Alzheimer’s Society, the Royal Canadian Legion in Enderby, the Halina Centre and the Schubert Centre. The other winner of the day was Stella Meger who won the draw for the LED television that she qualified for with her vote.
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â€œWe create the ideal habitat in the city. No one chases them and thereâ€™s lots of garbage available for them to eat,â€? he said. Wise warned that itâ€™s illegal for anyone to set a trap without a permit or to shoot in the city limits with either a firearm or a bow. â€œLeave it to the proper authorities,â€? he advised. The worst time to walk your dog is in the morning or evening, because coyotes will sleep during the day and become active overnight. Pets, however, are not their favourite food. A study in the Chicago-area indicated that mice and deer, mostly from roadkills, is tops on the list, while pets are in 10th or 11th place.
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Vehicles are about the only enemies coyotes have in urban areas, and itâ€™s not enough to control their numbers, so coyote complaints are way up, according to conservation officer Ed Seitz. â€œWeâ€™ve been inundated by calls about coyotes. February is their breeding month so they are more active than usual,â€? Seitz explained. Because many municipalities prohibit the discharge of firearms within their boundaries, Seitz said coyotes in this area have lost their fear of man. â€œThey thrive where there are houses and farms, where they can take smaller pets and other animals. There are more than I can ever remember.â€? â€œThere are just no controls on increasing populations of them. In the wilderness, there would be hunting pressure and predator pressure, but in the city collisions with vehicles are the only limiting factor.â€? In a few instances, Seitz said their behaviour has bordered on very aggressive to humans, for instance by taking a pet thatâ€™s with a human. In the Vernon area, one was even taken off a leash, he noted. Another coyote was caught acting quite fearless, stalking a manâ€™s dog, and the man wasnâ€™t even aware of the danger the pet was in, related Seitz. Everyone out walking a pet should be sure to carry a stout walking stick at least, or an air horn. Even carry a pocket full of rocks, which can be tossed at a coyote if necessary, he advised. He warned you should never feed the animals, either accidentally or intentionally. Once a coyote expects food and doesnâ€™t get it, it can be quite aggressive, he said, although he isnâ€™t aware of anyone being bit yet. He warned people to take protection when theyâ€™re out with their kids because coyotes are real opportunists. Theyâ€™re also clever and very difficult to get in to live traps, he said. Pete Wise, of Wise Wildlife Control Services agrees, noting it can take 1,000 trap hours to capture a coyote. â€œTheyâ€™re highly adaptable and resilient. Traps have to be monitored, so itâ€™s very expensive to live trap them,â€? Wise said. Currently, he said coyotes would be undercover, but come April and May, they will have had their pups and become very protective of their den sites. Both mates go into feeding mode when the pups are born, he said. If a den is disturbed the mother will actually pick up her babies and move them, so if you locate a den in a residential area, itâ€™s best to notify the CO Service, he advised.
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An investigation into the way Kelowna Mounties dispersed information about the now-infamous Buddy Tavares case, has come up in favour of the police, but the human rights watchdog that lodged a complaint isn’t letting go just yet. “We heard a couple weeks ago that the investigation by the RCMP was complete, but it still has to be reviewed by the Commission for Public Complaints Against the RCMP,” said David Eby, with the B.C. Civil Liberties Association. The commission provides civilian oversight of RCMP members’ conduct in performing their policing
that doesn’t exist, isn’t duties. Eby said that he hopes of much help. “We have seen police they will highlight some of the faults in the sys- releasing the most tem that allowed Supt. favourable version of events in Bill McKinnon any situation to speak out where police about Tavares are involved while an in deaths investigation and releasing into him firor seeking ing shots at information Harvest Golf that puts the Club contincomplainued. Buddy Tavares ant in a bad Specifically, light.” McKinnon The practice was said the charge against Tavares was linked to a well highlighted, said “domestic violence situ- Eby, in the case where Robert Dziekanski died ation.” “The RCMP has no after being tasered by policy to regulate what police at the Vancouver they say and don’t say International Airport. That time, police about complainants,” said Eby, stressing that went so far as to send an investigation into a team of RCMP to contravening a policy Poland, to search the
man’s background for information that cast aspersions on his reputation. “There needs to be clear policy for when there’s a situation where RCMP conduct is, or will be, questioned by the public. There’s no reason for the RCMP to release information, other than to say they’re investigating.” Eby said even if they are doing their best to be even handed, something could go awry and then they’ve potentially tainted a case. “That’s a no-win situation, and gives them no option except to do damage control and that shouldn’t be their first responsibility,” he said. “As soon as there’s
Flying club serves up tasty fundraiser Pi Day cooks up funds for Japan Morning Star Staff
Raising funds for earthquake and tsunami relief is as easy as pi. The Vernon Flying Club recently celebrated Pi Day — which recognizes the ϖ symbol for mathematical pi. The $1,450 raised at the event will go to Japan. “The party began with pizza pie, and finished up with a bounty of pies prepared and contributed by the members,” said Alison Crerar, with the club. “In appreciation for the feast, members made contributions to the Canadian Red Cross for Japan earthquake relief.” According to the Pi Day website, Pi, the Greek letter ϖ, is the symbol for the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. Pi Day is celebrated by math enthusiasts March 14. Pi = 3.1415926535. Three, one and four are key to the decimal form of the symbol. The club will celebrate Pi Approximation Day, June 22. “We will find another worthy cause at that time,” said Crerar.
The Vernon Flying Club raised funds for Japanese earthquake relief by eating pie with the pi symbol.
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Musician lends support Morning Star Staff
As a full-time student at UBC Okanagan and an accomplished musician, Lauren Treleaven rarely finds herself with much free time on her hands. But even with her full schedule, the classical flutist has still managed to organize, for the second time, the Gala for Cancer, a fundraiser for the McMurtry-Baerg Cancer Centre at Vernon Jubilee Hospital, taking place Saturday. “I originally chose the McMurtry-Baerg Cancer Centre because cancer quickly became a disease close to my heart after my father passed away in 2002 from lung and brain cancer,” said Treleaven. “The previous
event was two years ago and featured several local artists, and we raised $1,600. “This year will feature myself on classical flute, accompanied by Kelowna’s Elizabeth Wocks, and I hope to match $1,600 if not exceed it.” The concert features Bach’s Sonata V in e minor, Mozart’s Concerto No. 1 in G [K. 313], Image by Bozza, and Fantaisie Pastorale Hongroise by Doppler. Treleaven will graduate this year from UBCO in Kelowna with a bachelor of science, majoring in microbiology. She will then go on to study for her master’s in public health with a focus in education.
“With this degree I hope to continue to raise awareness to local communities regarding their health in order to prevent the problem before it arises,” she said. “Part of this education entails promoting regular cancer screening as well as preventative measures.” The Gala for Cancer takes place this Saturday at Emmanuel Fellowship Baptist Church, 3412-15th Ave., Vernon, at 7 p.m. Tickets are available at Nolan’s Pharmacy and the VJH Foundation office, $10 in advance, $12 at the door. Children 12 and under are free. For more information, phone 250-5453772 or send an e-mail to galaforcancer@ gmail.com.
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Last seen in the Okanagan when he performed Vivaldi’s Four Seasons in 2006, David Greenberg is returning to Vernon to perform with the Okanagan Symphony, Sunday. Conducted by OSO musical director Rosemary Thomson, Greenberg and the symphony will serve up a toe-tapping mix of music: from Renaissance to modern times, Monteverdi to Vivaldi to Mozetich, from 16th century Venice to modern Maritime Canada. “David will be joined by local violin phenoms Alicia Venables, Colleen Venables and Rebecca Ruthven in Vivaldi’s Concerto for Four Violins in B minor, a fitting showcase for the wonderful talent we have in the valley,” said the symphony’s general manager Scott Wilson. Renowned for both his inspiring interpretations and his Cape Breton and 18th century Scottish-style fiddling, Greenberg has also been praised as one of the best baroque violin soloists in Canada.
Violinist David Greenberg returns to perform dance music with the Okanagan Symphony Sunday. His unique musical duality will be highlighted in the concert program. Greenberg describes the repertoire he’ll play as French dance music, tender airs, Scottish dance music, musical prayer, Italian dance music, postcards from
Oig begins tour Morning Star Staff
Musician Dan Oig is gearing up for his firstever cross-Canada tour this summer, beginning in June. To warm up for the tour, Oig, originally from Kamloops but now based in Kelowna, brings his energetic and highly interactive show to Vernon Friday night. Oig will appear at the Talkin Donkey on 32nd Street beginning at 8 p.m. “I’m super excited about the tour,” said Oig. “I live for music. Dan Oig It’s what gets everybody through the toughest times, and the happiest times. How much better is a drive in the summer time with your windows down when you’ve got your favorite tune to sing along to?” Fans can expect more interaction at Oig’s gig compared to an average acoustic show. “I like it to be an experience. It’s all about having a good time while listening to some great music,” said Oig. “I do a lot of cover songs and a lot of original songs.” Tickets for Oig’s performance are $10 and 50 per cent of the proceeds from Friday’s show will go towards stopping human trafficking. For more information about Oig, or to hear some of his music, visit his website, www.danoigmusic.com.
the sky, English dance music, and a trip to the underworld. “Although liveliness predominates, in Dances With David we journey through a wide variety of emotional predicaments, and feelings
bubble over into body language,” he said. Along with a performance with Armstrong’s Venables sisters, and Kelowna’s Ruthven, Greenberg plans to perform what he calls, “strange and wonderful composers you’ve never heard of from hundreds of years ago: Oswald, Rebel, Mackintosh, Merula, Gow. And perhaps a few you have heard of: Monteverdi, Purcell, Vivaldi.” Originally from Maryland, Greenberg studied baroque violin at Indiana University’s Early Music Institute and moved to Canada in 1988 to join the Toronto-based baroque orchestra Tafelmusik. He became a Canadian citizen in the 1990s and has lived in Halifax since 2000. Greenberg has cofounded several music ensembles, including the Medieval Quintet, Puirt A Baroque, Ferintosh, Tempest Baroque Ensemble, and Vortex 3. Currently, he performs mainly with
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High octane R&B favourites The Salmon Armenians return to the Vernon Jazz Club Saturday. Winner of the Okanagan Music Awards Best Blues Band for 2007, the nine-member group can’t wait to unleash their energetic music on the fans. “We will be playing our usual mix of R&B, funk, and soul from our favourite music era – the ‘60s and ‘70s,” said band leader Lody Kieken. “We all love the Motown, Memphis, New Orleans sound with horns and a tight rhythm section.” The gig will also feature new originals from just released CD Snow Country Sessions, including reggae flavoured Rhythm of the World by drummer Larry Keats, and trombone player Rich Thorne’s tune In the Mirror, dealing with our consumer society. With at least nine appearances at the club, the band keeps coming back for more. “The principal thing that appeals to us is the attentive and supportive audience. It’s a magical cooperative between band and audience which makes VJC events so special to us,” explained Kieken. Hammond organist Kieken, owner of Acorn Music in Salmon Arm, formed the band in 1997. Chair of the Salmon Arm Roots and Blues Festival, Kieken loves playing R&B. “R&B has such a special place in most people’s hearts and I believe it’s due to the
good feelings it evokes,” said Kieken. The centrepiece of any Salmon Armenian performance is their signature horn section, including Doug Sonju and Mike Scharf on saxophones, and Rich Thorne on trombone and trumpet. Since the early ‘70s, Sonju has been the principal clarinettist with the Okanagan Symphony, also playing jazz and commercial rock before adding blues to his repertoire. Sonju has also performed with his own band at the VJC. Hometown boy Scharf grew up in Salmon Arm, playing sax in jazz bands, combos, and fusion groups, including Electric Lady Land and Liquid Chicken. He works part time as a firefighter for BC Forest Service. Thorne started playing trombone in Grade 5, joined his first jazz combo in Grade 9, and was the principal trombone in the prestigious University of Idaho Symphony. Retired from teaching, Thorne took on the challenging job of arranging and writing the band’s horn charts. Debbie Reid, one of the band’s two vocalists, has sung in various groups, including Summer Wages
and Lilies of the West. Reid is best known for her work with The Phantoms, Salmon Arm’s most versatile party band. Vocalist Del Hunter has been singing professionally since 1973. She’s performed for the past 17 years with husband Keith Hunter in the duo Steppin’ Out. Drummer “Slammin’ Salmon” Keats is an original member of The Salmon Armenians. Keats shares his music as a music therapist, promoting wellness for children and adults facing challenges. Bassist Murray Holmes played professionally in Vancouver for eight years with groups like Duster and Ambush. He also played for 11 years in the Thompson-Okanagan area with Blacksmith. Guitarist Peter Clark has performed professionally for the last 35 years, performing in country, jazz, pop, and Celtic genres. The Salmon Armenians take the stage at the Vernon Jazz Club, 3000-31st St., Saturday at 8 p.m. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. and tickets are available in advance at the Bean Scene and Bean to Cup: $20, and $15 for jazz society members.
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Jaret Cooper (above) gets a lesson from Ashley Hilbrander, former goat tying champion, in tail tying while Talitha Parker (below) gets a firm grip on the legs during the Armstrong Enderby Riding Club’s first goat tying clinic recently at the AgriPlex in Armstrong. Kids of all ages, with no tying experience, took part in the event and more are planned for the future. The club’s next event is a fun day April 17 at the Armstrong fair grounds. For more information, visit wwwarmstrongenderbyridingclub.org.
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Mail-in ballots chosen to determine fate of HST TOM FLETCHER Black Press
The B.C. government has chosen the quickest, cheapest way of deciding whether to scrap the harmonized sales tax, says Attorney General Barry Penner. Penner said the Liberal cabinet is moving ahead with a mail-in vote on the HST with a target date of June 24. Premier Christy Clark campaigned for the leadership on an early vote, and the government expects to save more than half of the $30 million cost of an in-person vote. “Moving to a mailin ballot is expected to save taxpayers $18 million and address potential voter fatigue” with a federal election now expected in May, Penner said.
In proceeding early is fine with me, as long the fate of the HST. as the majority under the Vander Zalm said he of the people is concerned about how Referendum have an oppor- much the “big business Act, the government tunity to par- lobby” will be allowed is taking ticipate.” to spend to persuade over a proClark also people to keep the tax, cess started f o l l o w e d which expands the forby former through with mer provincial sales tax premier a promise to to a range of previously Bill Vander fund both sides exempt services. Barry Penner Zalm. of the camThe Referendum paign to decide Act gives the cabinet His Fight HST organization gathered more than 500,000 REGIONAL signatures to pass B.C.’s DISTRICT OF first-ever initiative petition last year, forcing a NORTH OKANAGAN review of the tax. Vander Zalm was NOTICE OF PUBLIC conciliatory when he HEARING was told of the governNotice is hereby given that a Public Hearing ment’s decision. will be held in the Board Room of the Regional “I’m impressed with District of North Okanagan, 9848 Aberdeen what the premier has Road, Coldstream, B.C. on April 6, 2011 at 4:00 done,” Vander Zalm p.m. to hear representations on the following said. matter: “She’s keeping her promise of an earlier REZONING BYLAW NO. 2432, 2010 vote. The mail-in ballot [HAMELIN]
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193 North Fork Road Lot 1, Sec 27, Twp 57, ODYD, Plan 25356, Except Plan 31780 To rezone a 1.5 ha portion of the above noted property from Non-Urban (N.U) to the Small Holding (S.H) to permit a potential one (1) lot plus remainder subdivision.
wide latitude to set the spending limits and other terms of a vote. Details of the referendum will be released later in a cabinet order, Penner said.
The referendum question will use the wording proposed by Elections B.C., which is supervising the vote: “Are you in favour of extinguishing the
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BY BERNICE BEDE OSOL Important changes are likely to take place for you business-wise and socially, in coming months. Your peers will envy the strong bonds you establish in each part of your life, and will try to emulate you.
PUZZLE NO. 203
ARIES (March 21-April 19) Something close to your heart that you want badly but feel will never be yours could inch a bit closer. Whatever it is, this may be the first hope that it could be yours.
ANSWER TO PUZZLE NO. 203
HOW TO PLAY: Fill-in the grid so that every row, every column and every 3x3 box contains the numbers 1 through 9 only once. Each 3x3 box is outlined with a darker line. You already have a few numbers to get you started. Remember: you must not repeat the numbers 1 through 9 in the same line, column or 3x3 box. 100507
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ACROSS 1 Feinted 6 Kingston and others 11 Miss by — — 12 Macho sort 13 Cereal topper 15 Flowed slowly 16 Choir selections 18 UNIX or DOS 19 Fabric meas. 21 Shogun’s yes 22 Billion add-on 23 Former JFK arrivals 25 Humor 28 What bookworms do 30 Week da. 31 “Exodus” hero 32 Affection, brieﬂy
33 Call loudly 35 Main house on an estate 37 Tokyo, formerly 38 Ground breakers 40 Heredity factor 41 Moo companion 42 Ben & Jerry rival 43 NASA destination 46 Go downhill 48 Gizmo 50 Bike seat 54 Hold the ﬂoor 55 Skywalker’s father 56 Did a fall chore 57 Ruhr Valley city
DOWN 1 Quick punch 2 Ms. Thurman 3 Nieces and cousins 4 Passed by 5 Studies 6 Uno y dos 7 — Dawn Chong
8 Troublesome ones 9 Submit 10 Puts in a lawn 14 Long sighs 15 Anvil user 17 Fairly recently (2 wds.) 19 Bond return 20 Dragon constellation 22 “Laugh-In” name 24 Bottom line 25 Diminished 26 Socrates’ forte 27 Poop out 29 Acad. 34 Unpaid factory worker 36 Slates 39 Talk back 43 Borodin prince 44 Name in cheesecake 45 Wyo. neighbor 46 Lawn invader 47 Gutter locale 49 Former telecom giant 51 Tooth pro’s deg. 52 Grant foe 53 Osprey relative 100114
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CANCER (June 21-July 22) Listen attentively when in a conversation with someone whose ideas and thoughts you admire. You could learn about some new ways to achieve an objective you strongly desire. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You should take care not to commit yourself to thinking that has proven to be unproductive. Start experimenting with some new techniques or methods to unlock a project that you’ve been barred from. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) A frustrating condition concerning your work is likely to transform in a way that could be extremely favorable to you. Hang in there, even if you don’t see hope right away. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Taking the time to get in touch with some old friends could prove to be very rewarding. Information that you share with chums will renew your camaraderie and greatly help everyone.
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GEMINI (May 21-June 20) An opening might arise that could give you a chance to smooth out a disagreement you had with a friend. Don’t let it go by without taking the opportunity to try to mend the relationship.
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TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Just because something was too tough for another to acquire doesn’t mean that you are destined to fail as well. Believe that you can succeed in ways that they couldn’t, and you’ll win.
SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) A new item you purchase for your home is likely to
provide you with longlasting joy. Because you’ll not tire of it, it is destined to become a centerpiece. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) A new idea that you already feel strongly about is likely to take on even more significance. It will be enough to draw a number of supporters to your cause.
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Bridge by Phillip Alder Sherlock Holmes said, â€œI never guess. It is a capital mistake to theorize before one has data.â€? Bridge players try not to guess, but there are deals in which you just have to guess well to make your contract. This is one of them. How would you plan the play in three notrump and in four spades? Against either contract, West leads the club ďŹ ve, East winning with his ace and returning the jack. In the auction, North used a transfer bid, then jumped to three no-trump to indicate exactly ďŹ ve spades with game values. It was tempting for you to pass because both spades and no-trump might have won only nine tricks. But it was â€œnormalâ€? to correct
to four spades. In three no-trump, you should duck the second club. West will overtake with his queen and return a club to your king, East discarding a heart. With only eight top tricks (ďŹ ve spades, two hearts and one club), you have to guess whether to play a diamond, which works perfectly when East has the ace, but is a disaster here; or to take the heart ďŹ nesse. In four spades, you must win the second club and really guess well. If West has the diamond jack and East the heart queen, you can afford to draw one round of trumps, but then must play a diamond to dummyâ€™s 10. In contrast, if those red-suit honors are
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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING PROPOSED: SALMON VALLEY LAND USE AMENDMENT (NAMISLO) BYLAW NO. 2546 TAKE NOTICE that in accordance with the Local Government Act the Columbia Shuswap Regional District (“Regional District”) will hold a PUBLIC HEARING regarding proposed Salmon Valley Land Use Amendment (Namislo) Bylaw No. 2546. The Board of Directors of the Regional District has delegated the public hearing to Director Rene Talbot as Director of Electoral Area ‘D’, being that in which the land concerned is located, or Alternate Director Joy De Vos if Director Rene Talbot is absent. At the public hearing those persons who believe their interest in property is affected by the proposed bylaw will have a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the bylaw. The Board of the Regional District will not consider any verbal or written representations or submissions after the public hearing. Please be advised that written submissions received will be available to the public and the applicant. Submissions will be received in the Regional District Of¿ces until 4pm on Wednesday April 6th, 2011 or may be submitted until the close of the public hearing. LOCATION AND DATE OF HEARING: The public hearing will be held on Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. and will be held at the Silver Creek Community Hall, 3048 Hornsberger Rd., Silver Creek, BC. EXISTING USE: Rural
PROPOSED USE: Rural Holdings
PURPOSE OF BYLAW NO. 2546: Bylaw No. 2546 proposes to amend Schedule A, OCP Designations (maps) which form part of the Salmon Valley Land Use Bylaw No. 2500 by redesignating that part of the South West ¼ of Section 7 Township 18 Range 10 West of the 6th Meridian Kamloops Division Yale District which lies to the West of the Westerly Boundary of Plan KAP47258 from R-RURAL to RH-RURAL HOLDINGS. Bylaw No. 2546 also proposes to amend Schedule C, Land Use Zones (maps) which form part of the Salmon Valley Land Use Bylaw No. 2500 by rezoning that part of the South West ¼ of Section 7 Township 18 Range 10 West of the 6th Meridian Kamloops Division Yale District which lies to the West of the Westerly Boundary of Plan KAP47258 from R-RURAL to RH-RURAL HOLDINGS. The applicant would like to rezone from R-Rural to RH-Rural Holdings in order to create one additional lot. The property is more particularly shown hatched on the sketch below.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - The Morning Star B1
Sports B Old foes reacquainted in final EDITOR: Kevin Mitchell s s SPORTS VERNONMORNINGSTARCOM
GRAEME CORBETT Morning Star Staff
They face each other just twice in a regular season, yet the Vernon Vipers and Powell River Kings probably know one another better than most siblings. Battling one another in the Fred Page Cup finals for the last two years tends to have that effect. It will happen all over again as the two-time defending national champion Vipers and regular-season champion Kings tangle in the best-of-seven championship series, with Games 1 and 2 going Friday and Saturday night respectively at Hap Parker Arena on the Sunshine Coast. Vernon, who won the last two Fred Page series 4-2 and 4-3 respectively, will host Games 3 and 4, Monday and Tuesday night at Wesbild Centre. Having won the league with a shining 46-9-3-2 record, 12 points ahead of the second-place Vipers (36-11-4-9), the more experienced Kings could arguably be the favourites in this series. Head coach Kent Lewis has assembled a big, physical squad, backstopped by Michael Garteig, who led the league with seven shutouts and helped his team set a new BCHL record for fewest goals against (115). The Prince George product leads the post-season with a 1.97 goals against average, and his .923 save percentage is second overall. Powell Riverâ€™s bruising blueline, led by 6-foot-5, 215pound Justin Dasilva, is surprisingly mobile, while their forward corps, headlined by gritty captain Chad Niddery and play-making Matt Garbowsky, will be a handful for the Vernon defence. â€œThatâ€™s a very good hockey team. Theyâ€™ve been the cream of the crop in the league, ranked No. 2 in the country and for good reason,â€? Vernon head coach Mark Ferner. â€œTheyâ€™ve got big, strong defence and itâ€™s hard to penetrate that. They got good goaltending...and theyâ€™ve got guys that can hurt you offensively.â€? The Kings are also a much older team than the Vipers, with just one 1993-born player to Vernonâ€™s six. â€œI donâ€™t think, before the season started, many people thought we would be in this situation. Itâ€™ll be an uphill battle, no question, but letâ€™s just hope history repeats itself,â€? said Ferner. Yet every year, Ferner and assistant coach Jason Williamson stir the Kool-Aid, and every year his players drink it, then ask for a second helping. While they donâ€™t possess the offensive punch they exhibited last season, the Snakes do have depth in scoring, with eight players firing 10 or more goals in the regular season. Captain David Robinson topped the list with 32 strikes. In the playoffs, second-year forward Pat McGillis leads the Snakes with 5-8-13 in 12 games, and Dylan Walchuk, who led the Vipers with 56 regular-season points, has 8-4-12. Walchukâ€™s sensational four-goal performance Friday night helped Vernon eliminate the Salmon Arm SilverBacks in Game 6 of the Interior finals and earned him BCHL Player of the Week honours. The Vipers are also getting some timely secondary scoring from rookies Marcus Basara (3-6-9) and Trevor
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Vernon's Bryce Kakoske (right) and Powell River's Klay Kachur battle for the puck in last year's Fred Page Cup championship final at Wesbild Centre. Fitzgerald (3-4-7). Walchuk has been around for Vernonâ€™s last two championship drives and says the culture set by the coaching staff, combined with veteran leadership, is what gives them success. â€œEveryoneâ€™s a family in there. We work together and get through adversity. Weâ€™re not negative, weâ€™re positive in the room and thatâ€™s what gets us through,â€? said Walchuk. Added Ferner: â€œThe credit has to be given to the players, in particular the veteran players and older players. Theyâ€™ve been here, they understand what the expectations are and theyâ€™ve made the young players right off the hop. â€œWeâ€™ve got two 20-year-olds in Malcolm Lyles and Kyle Murphy and they came in and just accepted how we were going to play.â€? With Max Mowat and Philip Patenaude both on the injured reserve, the Vipers have rolled with just five d-men since Game 2 of the Interior finals. Netminder Kirby Halcrow has been Vernonâ€™s starter since taking over from Blake Voth in Game 2 of the first round, posting a 2.51 goals against and .890 save percentage.
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Sports Mr. Tâ€™s returns
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The one and only time they met their teammates was at a two-day hockey selection camp in Princeton in January. Vernonâ€™s Danielle Butler and Armstrongâ€™s Nikita Payne wonâ€™t see their Team Okanagan teammates again until they rendezvous in 100 Mile House for the Under 16 Girls B.C. Cup, which starts Thursday. They open pool play Friday with games against the Kootenays and Fraser Valley. They take on Team North Saturday. PHOTO SUBMITTED Fortunately, the Okanagan girls have been able to Vernon's Danielle Butler (left) and Armstrong's Nikita Payne will compete with Team Okanagan at the Under 16 overcome that lack of familiarity somewhat through girls B.C. Cup Hockey Tournament in 100 Mile House. the Internet. Using a dedicated team Facebook page, head coach Mark Elder of Penticton requested the With their minor hockey seasons over, Payne Butler, a winger with the DCT Chambers Bantam players to work on team bonding exercises. Their and Butler have been maintaining their fitness at a Red Bulls, is looking forward to the learning experifirst assignment was to make up a team cheer. ence of playing on a provincial stage. â€œWe do a lot of team building through that; itâ€™s a weekly spring camp at Civic Arena. Payne, a blueliner with the Vernon Bantam Tier â€œIâ€™ve heard that itâ€™s a good experience and that great tool,â€? he said. 2 Thrashers, relishes the physical the coaches are really good,â€? she said. It might not be quite the same side of the game. Elder selected the Team Okanagan roster from as sharing the same practice ice, â€œI like it a lot better. With the a field of 38 players, ranging from Revelstoke to but the Okanagan squad will body contact, it pushes me harder Osoyoos. Now in his third year with the U16 girls have at least a slight connection to play with the guys. It forces me program, he has high hopes for his team. as they head into action against to keep my head up and be more â€œWeâ€™ll probably be the most skilled team there. five other zone teams from across â€” Mark Elder aware of the play,â€? she said. Itâ€™ll be a great challenge,â€? he said. the province. Asked what kind of defenceElder noted the tournament not only provides â€œWe donâ€™t really get to see each other again until weâ€™re up there,â€? said Payne, man she is, Payne replied: â€œIt depends who Iâ€™m players with top-level competition, it also repa Grade 8 student at Len Wood Middle School in partnered with. If theyâ€™re always up in the play, Iâ€™ll resents an opportunity for them to be seen by stay back and cover for them. If I trust my partner, national scouts. Armstrong. â€œIt is a huge confidence builder. Theyâ€™re scouted, Added Butler: â€œYou get to learn about the girls Iâ€™ll sometimes jump up in the play. So Iâ€™m a bit of both.â€? theyâ€™re looked at by Hockey Canada,â€? he said. when they post their answers (on Facebook).â€?
â€œWe do a lot of team building through that; itâ€™s a great tool.â€?
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First time was a charm for the Osoyoos Coyotes. The expansion Kootenay International Junior Hockey League club claimed its first playoff championship banner in its first attempt with a 7-1 win over the host Castlegar Rebels in Game 6 Saturday night. Steve Sasyniuk scored 35 seconds into the game on a breakaway, giving the Coyotes a lead they would never relinquish. Thierry Martine, Brock Anderson and Shane Hanna added first-period tallies, the latter coming with 10 seconds remaining in the frame. Hanna, C.J. Kort and Mark Miller also tallied for Osoyoos in front of 1,100 fans. Arthur Andrews answered for Castlegar in the third period, breaking netminder Kyle Lasloâ€™s shutout bid. The Coyotes scored four powerplay goals against a frustrated Rebels squad, while Laslo made 27 saves to collect the win. Alex Ross and Cole Buckley shared duties in goal for the Rebels.
Graduating forward Erik Wentzel had one assist in his junior hockey finale, while Darren Tarasoff and Northern Michigan-bound Ryan Aynsley also saw their Rebels careers come to a close. The Coyotes became the fourth KIJHL expansion team to win a championship in their inaugural season. Castlegar was the first, in 1977. For the Rebels, it was their first trip to a league final in 15 years. Osoyoos, who lost only twice in regulation during the KIJHLâ€™s 50-game regular season, advances to the B.C. Junior B championship, the Cyclone Taylor Cup, which begins this Thursday in Fernie. They face the PIJHL Richmond Sockeyes in their opener, followed by a Friday tilt against the host Fernie Ghostriders. Osoyoos ends the fourteam round-robin Saturday against the VIJHL Peninsula Panthers.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - The Morning Star B3
Sports Genoway into Frozen Four Morning Star Staff
Vernon Viper grad Chay Genoway has made it to the Frozen Four of the NCAA Division 1 Men’s Hockey Tournament. The North Dakota Fighting Sioux captain recorded five assists in a pair of regional Chay Genoway showdowns last weekend. He had three helpers as the Sioux pummeled the Denver Pioneers 6-1 in a Midwest Regional playoff Sunday in Green Bay, Wis. The 24-year-old Morden, Man. native earned a pair of assists as the Sioux thrashed the RPI Engineers
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Carol Skidmore shows her 400-game form at Lincoln Lanes. She rolled a 401 in the Tuesday 7-9 League.
Skidmore pockets 401 KEVIN MITCHELL Sports Editor
Vernon’s Carol Skidmore literally did the shake, rattle and roll for a career-first 400 bowling game at Lincoln Lanes. The fun-loving great grandmother needed to knock down the left corner pin with her final ball to get past 399 in the Tuesday 7-9 league. It took her a while to actually throw the ball, but she nailed the shot and finished at 401, bringing the house down in the process. “Seven strikes in a row and a 300, that’s all I wanted,” smiled Skidmore, a former Youth Bowling Council coach. “I looked up and saw the 399 and I was shaking so bad, and everybody was quiet, you could hear a pin drop. “I said to my son, Lyle, ‘I can’t throw this ball. I’m shaking so bad. I need a drink of water.’ He said, ‘You can do it mom.’ I got up there and everything was kind of blurry, and I hit my spot and got it and everybody started cheering. It was pretty exciting. It took me 50 years go get it.” Skidmore bowled 10 years in Medicine Hat before moving to Vernon, where she has rolled fivepin the last 40 years, scoring lots of 300 games and
800 series but never venturing too close to 400. A mother of three who has 10 grandchildren and seven great grandchildren, Skidmore opened her series with a 222 and finished with a 325, for a sizzling 948. “After it (401) was all over, I got congratulations from everybody. It was the most hugs I’ve ever got.” Her Lincoln Loonies teammates, including her son Lyle, Donna Desmarais, Ernie Mykituik and Rick Ganzeveld, witnessed the big game. “I love my bowling,” said Skidmore, who worked several years at the Vernon Veterinary Clinic and the old Vernon Daily News before her retirement. “It’s good exercise and I love to socialize.” Skidmore, who also plays in the Wednesday Golden Age Club league, took a 191 average into her 401 game which earned her gift certificates from several businesses in town. Carol, who also enjoys knitting and playing cards, is the first woman to join the Lincoln 400 Club this year. She joins Keith Hoggard, Kyle Beadman, Drew Soroka and Kane Ackeral, all of whom qualify for the provincial 400 tournament next fall in Vancouver.
Symonds king of Okanagan Campus Morning Star Staff
Wet, snowy weather wasn’t enough to stop Penticton’s Jeff Symonds from claiming first overall at the ninth annual Okanagan College Campusto-Campus Half Marathon Sunday morning in Kelowna. Symonds finished the 21.1-kilometre course in one hour, 15 minutes and 42 seconds, more than a minute ahead of runner-up Graham Hood of Kelowna. Rossland’s Dallas Cain was third overall. Taking the women’s title, and placing fifth overall, was Kelowna’s Keddi-Anne Sherbino (1:21:41). The top local finisher was Coldstream’s Cameron Egan, who was sixth in 1:24:05. Vernon’s Peter Baumeister (1:24:23) finished seventh, Bill Mah (1:30:53) was 11th, Philip Caruthers (1:32:32) was 16th and Mary Edgar, the top local female finisher, rounded out the top-20 in 1:34:11. Vernon’s Jennifer Bond (1:35:46), 24th overall, was the third woman to cross the line. In the 10-km race, Kelowna runners swept the podium in the men’s and women’s divisions. Jonathan Little (37:12), Yannick Letailleur (38:10)
6-0 in first-round play Saturday night. The Sioux, who topped the WCHA Conference at 21-6-1, will meet the Michigan Wolverines in national semifinal play April 7 in St. Paul, Minn. The Minnesota-Duluth Bulldogs and Notre Dame Fighting Irish will tangle in the other semi. The championship game goes April 9 in St. Paul. Other Viper alumni didn’t fair so well in the NCAA tourney. Kyle Bigos and Mike Collins, both with the Merrimack Warriors, bowed 4-3 in overtime to the Fighting Irish Saturday night in Manchester, N.H. Cole Ikkala’s Union Dutchmen fell 2-0 to the Bulldogs in their firstround game in Bridgeport, Conn.
Baryla swings for charity Morning Star Staff
Vernon’s Chris Baryla had already pledged $1,000 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of the relief efforts in Japan. He nearly doubled his charitable donation after he finished tied for 44th with a 2-under par 282 (68-71-76-67) at the Nationwide Tour’s Chitimacha Louisiana Open Sunday. Baryla, who jumped more than 20 places up the leaderboard in the final round, added half his winnings to his original donation. “I believe it’s important to use my position as a professional athlete to give back,” Baryla told Canadian Press. “While we might be thousands of miles away, this terrible tragedy has affected us all and I encourage everyone to do what
they can to support the people of Japan.” The 28-year-old, who holds a PGA Tour card, was relegated to the Nationwide Tour after
missing the cut in all six events he’s entered this season. Baryla, a twotime B.C. junior champion, has been a pro since 2003.
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Vernon’s Mary Edgar catches her breath after finishing second overall female in the Okanagan College Half Marathon Sunday in Kelowna. and Aurelien Schilles (39:48) finished one-twothree for the men, and Lisa Vinge (45:45), Pascal Li (46:57) and Corinne Wade (47:26) did likewise for the women. Complete race results are available at www.okanagan.bc.ca/halfmarathon.
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Thompson takes RBC award Morning Star Staff
It will barely put a dent in his tuition fees when he joins the Yale Bulldogs next season, but Adam Thompson is happy just to be noticed for his scholastic endevours. The veteran Vernon Viper blueliner was selected as the B.C. Hockey League’s recipient of the $1,000 RBC Junior A Scholarship. This also makes him eligible for RBC’s national $5,000 scholarship, which will be handed out to a player from one of Canada’s 10 junior A hockey leagues. “Anything I can get, I’ll be happy with it,” grinned Thompson, who, along with Stevie Weinstein, is the longest-tenured Viper on the current roster. Thompson graduated high school with a 3.95 GPA and scored a 1,960 on his SAT exam, well above the 1,800 Ivy League schools require for entrance. He also took several courses at Okanagan College during his stint with the Vipers. “I was pretty happy to get that kind of recognition for the effort I put in,” said Thompson, 20. “I worked hard in those college classes; it’s nice to see that the time put into those essays has paid off in more ways than one.” Said Vipers’ owner Duncan Wray: “When I heard of Adam’s scholarship award, I couldn’t have been happier. He’s a great kid who works hard. “Going to a school like Yale shows that he’s applied himself to his academics and just completing and submitting the extensive application shows his level of commitment. To be the sole BCHL player to win this award is a real feather in his cap.” Thompson will not only get a top-flight education at Yale, the hockey program is also proving successful. The Bulldogs finished atop the ECAC Conference this season, but were knocked out of the NCAA Division 1 Tournament in the regional finals on Saturday. Bulldogs’ head coach Keith Allain was the bench boss for the U.S. team at the world juniors in Buffalo.
Krause rolls national silver Morning Star Staff
Vernon’s Ashley Krause was determined to medal at the National Youth Challenge Fivepin Bowling Tournament last weekend in Regina. And she did. The 18-year-old Lincoln Lanes bowler helped Team B.C. claim silver at the scratch tournament, falling 1,148-1,109 to Manitoba in the goldmedal game. B.C. led by 10 pins after the ninth frame, but several punched headpins allowed the Manitoba team to pull the comeback. Krause, who rolled near to her 219 average throughout the tournament, was the first competitor to roll a 300-game, counting a 306 against Alberta on opening day. Teammate Brittany Dacosta of Langley led the tournament with a stellar 260 average and was awarded a $1,000 scholarship as a result. Team B.C. finished second after the 11-team round-robin, and advanced to the final with a win over third-place Saskatchewan in a stepladder format playoff. They then beat Manitoba, who, as the first-place team, had to lose twice to be eliminated. Krause will follow up the thrill of the bowling nationals by going to Europe on a soccer tour in July. Her dad, Ron, coaches the U18 girls team. She is a striker.
Rockets stake early series lead Morning Star Staff
The Kelowna Rockets looked to put a stranglehold on the host Prince George Cougars in Game 3 of their best-of-seven WHL Western Conference quarterfinal series Tuesday night at the CN Centre. The Rockets raced out to a 2-0 series lead after Saturday’s 7-4 win in Game 2 at Prospera Place. The game, however, was closer than the score indicated as the Cougars led 4-3 heading into the third period. Vernon’s James Dobrowolski fired the opening goal for Prince George. A four-goal rally by the Rockets sealed the win, with Cody Chikie earning the winner on a powerplay 7:04 into the final frame. Shane McColgan chipped in with three assists. The Rockets left for Prince George on Sunday and practiced on Monday in preparation for the two northern games, with Game 4 tonight at the CN Centre. "It's going to be a tough task," said Rockets’ assistant coach Dan Lambert. "They have a good hockey team." If necessary, Game 5 would go Friday in Kelowna, followedy by Game 6 Sunday in Prince George and a potential Game 7 Tuesday at Prospera.
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Vipers' Adam Thompson accepts a $1,000 scholarship from RBC representative Colin Garbut Friday before the start of Game 1 of the Interior Conference finals.
NOTEBOOK BASKETBALL - Drop-in basketball goes Sundays from 12:30-2 p.m. at Priest Valley Gym. $5 fee. HOCKEY - Spring Fun Hockey programs at the Okanagan Training Rink for various age groups from 4-13-year-olds, Tuesdays and Fridays from April 4-May 13. Skills will be taught in a fun and positive environment in 3-on-3 hockey. Call Mike Burke @ 307-4110. SOCCER - Players aged 53 and up required to ﬁll two Vernon teams in the Okanagan League which plays games Thursday nights. Call Tim Penaluna @ 1-250-379-6870 or
1-250-955-6377. SOCCER - The Vernon Super 8 Women’s League is seeking players for its Thursday night fun league soccer. Games are 70 minutes and played on a pitch half the regular size. Call Barb Schulz @ 250542-5386 or Shelinda Morin @ 250-550-6920. SKATING - The Vernon Skating Club is now registering for learn to skate programs beginning April 4. Visit www. vernonskatingclub.ca, or call Heather Stranks at 250-260-6632. SLOW-PITCH - Players and teams are required in the Vernon Ladies Competi-
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - The Morning Star B5
Trust at top of federal election campaign JEFF NAGEL Black Press
Trust will be the dominant theme of the federal election campaign now underway, predicts a veteran B.C. political observer. SFU political scientist Patrick Smith said the Conservatives will argue only they can be counted on to carefully steer the economy through a still-fragile recovery and assure stability. Opposition parties, meanwhile, will contend Canadians shouldn’t trust the Tories – particularly so far as to give them a majority – because they tried to hide the full costs of the government’s crime-fighting agenda and F-35 fighter jet purchases. The minority government fell on a nonconfidence motion Friday when MPs voted 156-145 to find the Tories in contempt of Parliament. Election day will be May 2. “We will hear a lot about U.S.-style megaprisons and the whole
idea that you can’t trust their numbers,” Smith said. “Lines like ‘Do you want fighter jets to fly around the Arctic or get all seniors out of poverty in Canada?’” Conservatives will play the economic card, he said, painting New Democrats and Liberals as blocking a budget that was poised to aid seniors in order to spark an election. Smith said he believes Prime Minister Stephen Harper decided to trigger the election by tabling a budget carefully calculated so other parties couldn’t support it. “More than any party, the Conservatives wanted this election,” he said. “I think they looked at the polls and said ‘We’re at 39 per cent – we can grow to 42 per cent and get a majority.’” Fears will be stoked about what Harper would do with a majority, he said, and, conversely, the spectre of the other parties form-
Province dims lights for Earth JEFF NAGEL Black Press
B.C. cut electricity consumption by 1.8 per cent during Earth Hour Saturday night. B.C. Hydro officials said they were pleased by the response to the hour of conservation for climate change awareness, now in its fourth year here. Province-wide, 117 megawatt hours of electricity were saved as many residents switched off lights, TVs and other appliances and instead lit candles or went for a walk. The reduction was nearly twice as much as in 2010, when a 1.04 per cent cut was measured, and equivalent to turning off 7.8 million 15-watt compact fluorescent bulbs. “We encourage our customers to think about how to live a little bit of Earth Hour every day,” said Lisa Coltart, B.C. Hydro’s executive director of Power Smart and customer care. Residents in various cities took to Twitter to complain of “dismal” Earth Hour participation in their neighbourhoods. Others argued the exercise is misguided, particularly in B.C., because burning candles releases more carbon that hydroelectric power. Power conservation is important for the province, as it’s a key plank in B.C. Hydro’s plan to keep pace with rising demand. Even so, the Crown corporation has applied for rate increases of as much as 50 per cent over the three years to fund $6 billion worth of infrastructure upgrades and expand its green energy supply. Sixty minutes of Earth Hour-style conservation every day would save enough electricity to power 4,000 homes for an entire year, Coltart said.
ing a coalition govern- health critic Ujjal ment. Dosanjh’s Vancouver The Conservatives South riding. need 11 more seats They’ll also hope across the to reclaim country to f o r m e r win a majorConservative ity and some ridings, like of them could Newtoncome from North Delta, B.C. held by Liberal Tory stratMP Sukh egists hope Dhaliwal. Patrick Smith to recapture Depending Esquimalton the part Juan de Fuca, of the Lower where Liberal MP Keith Mainland, the battle Martin has retired. may not be LiberalSmith said they Conservative but are also likely to aim Liberal-NDP or even at ridings with narrow NDP-Conservative. Wh i l e the margins in the last federal vote, such as Liberal Conservatives hope to
make gains, they will also be under threat in some areas. Smith said Tory MP Nina Grewal (Fleetwood-Port Kells) is “pretty low profile” and and Dona Cadman (Surrey North) could also be vulnerable. “Just as the Conservatives are thinking we can pick up Esquimalt, there will be people in the New Democrat and Liberal war rooms thinking, ‘We can take this from the Conservatives.’” Some seats will likely change hands in B.C., but Smith said at this point he’d have to bet
on another minority government. “The Conservatives have a shot at the majority,” he said. “It’s doable. But everything has to break their way.”
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REGIONAL DISTRICT OF NORTH OKANAGAN NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that a Public Hearing will be held in the Board Room of the Regional District of North Okanagan, 9848 Aberdeen Road, Coldstream, B.C. on April 6, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. to hear representations on the following matter:
REZONING BYLAW NO. 2464, 2010 [HANSON]
DISTRICT OF COLDSTREAM NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN Pursuant To Sections 26 and 40 of the Community Charter, the Municipal Council of the District of Coldstream intends to close, remove the dedication, and dispose of a portion of the Road dedicated by Plan 37599. These lands are surplus to the District of Coldstream based on the design and construction of the new College Way.
Location: Legal Description: Proposed Amendment:
88 Rawlings Lake Road Lot 1, Sec 33, Twp 41, ODYD, Plan 23209, Except Plan 37984 To rezone the above noted property from NonUrban (N.U) to Country Residential (C.R) to permit a potential two (2) lot plus remainder subdivision.
That portion of the Road is shown on the plan below, in bold outline and identi¿ed as “CLOSE ROAD”. It is approximately 0.205 hectares in size and located adjacent to the new College Way alignment and the Kalamalka Seed Orchards. The District of Coldstream will subsequently receive 2.33 hectares as part of the new College Way construction project. As part of the College Way project, this portion of the Road will be disposed of to the Province of British Columbia - Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations and consolidated with their land to the north. The Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations has provided a statutory right-of-way over their lands to the District of Coldstream to allow construction and access to the new College Way. In exchange, the District of Coldstream intends to close a portion of right-ofway not required for transportation and to consolidate it with the Ministry of Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations lands.
All persons who believe that their interest in property is affected by the above Bylaw shall be afforded a reasonable opportunity to be heard or to present written submissions respecting matters contained in the above Bylaw. Copies of the proposed Bylaw may be inspected at the of¿ce of the Regional District of North Okanagan on or after March 31, 2011 and up to and including April 6, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. between the hours of 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding Statutory holidays.
Council will consider “DISTRICT OF COLDSTREAM HIGHWAY CLOSURE AND HIGHWAY DEDICATION REMOVAL BYLAW NO. 1586, 2011” at the April 11, 2011 Regular Meeting of Council. Any persons affected by this bylaw may make representations to Council at that time. Keri-Ann Austin Corporate Of¿cer
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EDITOR: KATHERINE MORTIMER
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Since opening in 2000, the Allan Brooks Nature Centre has been the place to go to learn about the environment, to enjoy nature, spot the resident marmots, see bees at work and explore a “bear’s den.” But in 1996, the former Vernon Upper Air Weather Station was derelict and heavily vandalized. Thanks to a small group of visionary residents, the Allan Brooks Nature Centre Society was founded to promote the enjoyment, understanding and stewardship of the North Okanagan’s diverse natural environment. Named for famed local wildlife artist Allan Brooks, the centre is open May through October, welcoming school groups, tourists and locals who come up to take advantage of the 360-degree view of the valley, check out the displays and perhaps enjoy an al fresco meal on the picnic tables dotted around the property. “We have a valley-wide reputation as a leader in environmental education and the promotion of sustainable resource management,” said Mel Maglio, volunteer and fundraising chairman at the centre. “In all its programs and undertakings, the Allan Brooks Nature Centre strives to educate and inform individuals that we need to change our way of life to minimize our impact on the natural world and to use our resources wisely.” Centre manager Mary Jong said preparations are under way for this year’s opening. “We’re busy getting ready and have set up our birds of prey display and developed a new display with the Cottonwood Riparian System,” she said. “It’s such a fun place to work, and we love getting the little kids up here, as they’re always so excited to check everything out. “And we couldn’t do it without volunteers: last year, we probably had more than 5,000 volunteer hours.” As a non-profit society, fundraising is crucial to the centre’s operations. And
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A resident marmot enjoys the spring sunshine at the Allan Brooks Nature Centre, which holds its annual fundraising dinner and auction April 8 at the Best Western Vernon Lodge. its biggest event of the year is the Allan Brooks Nature Centre Annual Fundraising Dinner and Auction April 8 at the Best Western Vernon Lodge, with all proceeds benefiting the centre. “This is our major fundraiser and a significant portion of our annual revenue is raised at this event,” said Maglio. “Funds raised help with our school programs, interpretive displays and day-to-day operations. “We receive no government funding and the centre is supported by its members, volunteers, donors and admission fees.” Maglio said the event promises to be an elegant evening that includes a buffet dinner, live and silent auctions, with local auctioneer Kevin Rothwell, live entertainment, and the whole thing running smoothly thanks to master of ceremonies Mike Roberts, with CHBC. “And we’re thrilled that Don Kassa and Priscilla have donated Okanagan wines for each table,” he said. Organizers are still in the process of rounding up items for the auctions: the silent auction will consist of items valued from $25, while the live auction will be those with a higher profile. Some of the items
available for bidding on include an original Robert Bateman print, a Tonny Moser print, golf passes and packages, three nights’ accommodation at Silver Star or four at Galiano Island, a Joan Heriot print, a gourmet three-course dinner prepared in your home by personal chef David Colombe, jewellery from Hagemann Jewellers, and dinner at Ricardo’s Mediterranean Kitchen. “Anyone who would like to donate an auction item is welcome to,” said Jong, adding that donors are always acknowledged unless they wish to remain anonymous. “We get a lot of the same businesses every year donating, and they are always very generous.” Tickets to the dinner and auction are $65 per person, with a $25 charitable donation receipt provided for each ticket purchased. “We want to encourage people to buy tables of eight for $520 per table, which would provide a $200 tax receipt for the table,” said Maglio. Tickets are available at the Ticket Seller at 250-549-SHOW (7469) or online at www.ticketseller.ca. For more information about the centre, see www.abnc.ca.
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’ve spent time this week sewing fancy bib aprons for my daughter and granddaughters. Who would have thought something as old-fashioned as aprons would make a comeback, not that they’re not useful or anything; it’s just that when I was requested to make them, it Cathi Litzenberger came as a surprise to me. I mean, since my mother and grandmother’s day, when aprons were always worn, they seem to be almost extinct from everyday use, except maybe for an occasional barbecue apron. So here we are again with a generation of young women who value their clothes and see the usefulness of using an apron when cooking or baking. I am impressed! Since it’s still spring break in our school
district, I decided to offer a couple of easy recipes for the kids to make this week. The first is a cookie bar, the second a pizza cookie and both use sweetened condensed milk. Kids may need a little help with the oven, so put on your aprons and get cracking making these delicious sweet treats. Double the Magic Cookie Bars 2 cups graham wafer crumbs 3/4 cup butter, melted 2 cans (300 ml each) regular or low fat sweetened condensed milk 1-1/3 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1-1/3 cups butterscotch chips 1-1/3 cups toffee bits 1-1/3 cups sweetened flaked coconut 1-1/3 cups miniature marshmallows 1-1/3 cups chopped nuts of choice Combine graham crumbs with butter; press evenly onto parchment-lined 13 x 9-inch baking pan. Pour 1 can sweetened condensed milk evenly over crumbs. Sprinkle with toppings; press down firmly.
Pour second can of condensed milk overtop. Bake in preheated oven at 350 F (180 C) for 40 to 45 minutes or until lightly browned. Cool thoroughly and cut into bars. Note: for glass dish, bake at 325 F. Cookie Pizza 1 roll (18 oz.) refrigerated sugarcookie dough 2 cups semi-sweet chocolate chips 1 can (300 ml) sweetened condensed milk 2 cups M&M’s or Smarties 2 cups miniature marshmallows 1/2 cup peanuts Press cookie dough into 2 ungreased 12-inch pizza pans. Bake as per pkg. directions, 10 minutes or until golden. Remove from oven. Melt chocolate chips with condensed milk. Spread over crusts. Sprinkle with M&M’s (or Smarties), marshmallows and nuts. Bake in preheated oven at 375 F (190 C) oven 4 minutes or until marshmallows are lightly toasted. Cool. Cut into wedges.
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Wednesday, March 30, 2011 - The Morning Star B7
Collecting rain for a lush garden This week’s column is written by Judy Baumbrough on behalf of the Communities in Bloom Committee. esidents of the Okanagan Valley are increasingly aware that we can no longer view our water supply as an unlimited, cheap resource that we take for granted. As well, recent flooding events in Australia and elsewhere have forced us to recognize that water can have a destructive force. However, there are environmentally-friendly and positive approaches that can be implemented by individual homeowners to help reduce and treat storm-water runoff, increase wildlife habitat and beautify yards. One of these approaches is the rain garden. The idea of rain gardens started Fred Lyall in the state of Maryland in the late ‘80s and has expanded into one of the fastest growing areas of interest in home landscape. Rain gardens provide the homeowner with the opportunity to have a beautiful, low-maintenance landscape that helps manage runoff as well as increase biodiversity. By collecting and using the rainwater and snow melt that would otherwise run off one’s yard, rain gardens allow the homeowner to have a beautiful landscape with less watering. The rain garden is a planted depression that is designed to use excess rainwater run-off from impervious surfaces (such as your roof and driveway). Rain gardens optimize the value of any rain that falls and reduce peak storm flows, which helps to reduce stream bank erosion and lower the risk for local flooding. Mown turf or grass areas are not as effective at soaking up and trapping excess run-off or in dealing with pollutants or contaminants in the water. Rain gardens are largely composed of flowering perennials and grasses, together with scattered shrubs – an ideal mix for increasing the wildlife and habitat value of your
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An exciting season of paddling awaits the local dragon boat community. Vernon Rowing and Paddling Centre has been offering programs on Swan Lake for 13 years, and 2011 promises huge growth for its dragon boat program. VRPC manager Lisa George said thanks to the generous support of the City of Vernon, and Go Rowing and Paddling Association of Canada, an additional dragon boat and new lifejackets and paddles will be arriving at the centre in the spring. “The timing for the arrival of this new equipment is perfect, demand for our programs are at a record high, and this allows me to build on the enormous paddling potential of our centre,” she said. “The local community has certainly discovered that rowing and paddling on Swan Lake is the perfect fit for water lovers. Rich in bird life, tranquil, breathtakingly beautiful and serene, Swan Lake is a little jewel in Vernon.” Dragon boating
is perfectly suited to all ages and abilities. Each team consists of up to 25 paddlers and the sport is renowned for creating teams with strong spirit and a sense of fun. It is ideal for school paddling sessions that can be themed to include the environment and history, competitive teams can focus towards training for festivals, and corporate teams have access to team building. Also, for the first time, Vernon is putting together a mixed dragon boat team to participate in the 2011 BC Seniors Games in Nelson in August. “We paddle from May to mid-September, all equipment and coaching is provided and have a centre that offers perfect access to the water,” said George. Breast cancer survivor teams have become synonymous with dragon boating. Groundbreaking research by Dr. Don McKenzie, a sports medicine physician at UBC, proved that breast cancer survivors avoided associated medical complications through the repetitive upperbody exercise of dragon
boat paddling. Survivor teams are now established in communities world-wide, including the Buoyant Buddies in Vernon. Formed in 2003, the team has competed at three International Dragon Boat Festivals and numerous local events. “Being a breast cancer survivor and taking up a sport like paddling can feel like a very daunting idea at first, but you soon learn that the sport is extremely good exercise and fun,” said team manager Jennifer Drozda. “There is a great feeling of camaraderie within the team and we’re always there for each other.” Suzann Worth, coach of Vernon’s Dragon Riders, said her team is looking forward to the new season. “Dragon Riders has an incredible team who has been competing for over five years and look forward to the coming season. Dragon boating is a great sport for all skill levels. It gets people out and having fun while getting a great workout. Each season brings new opportunities and challenges
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Community Calendar MARCH 30
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HARMONY WITH FENG SHUI PRESENTATION The Enderby & District Arts Council presents an evening with feng shui practitioner, Samantha Plovie March 30 at the Enderby Drill Hall (Hwy.97A south) at 7 p.m. Discover the principles of this ancient science of energy flow and placement. Admission by donation. Refreshments served. Contact: Karen at 250-838-0626. SECOND WIND COMMUNITY BAND Our band welcomes new players so bring your instrument (or rent one) and have fun with us! Practices are every Wednesday from 7 to 9 p.m. at Vernon secondary school. We play everything: jazz Broadway musicals, marches, light rock and classical. Call band leader Toni at 250-549-2414. THE HALINA CRAFTERS A fun group of people open to new members 50+ who would like to come out and socialize and work on different projects. Join the fun Wednesdays from 1 to 4 p.m. We’re at 3310-37th Ave. Call 250-542-2877 for more information. AL-ANON MEETS Wednesdays at 7 p.m., the Alliance Church. For more information, call 545-4933. VERNON TREATMENT CENTRE Do you or a loved one have an alcohol/drug and/or other addiction problem? We can help! Day and evening courses available. Please call 542-6151 for more information. CODA MEETS Codependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women working to build healthy relationships with self and others. We meet Wednesdays at 7 p.m., at Seaton Centre on 14th Avenue (off Kal Lake Rd.) NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS OPEN MEETING Now meets Wednesdays at 7 p.m., at 3204 Alexis Park Dr. (behind Knox Presbyterian Church). Please call our 24-hour hotline at 250-5033260 or 1-866-918-3574 if you need to talk or for more info. WESTSIDE RESPONSE SERVICES SOCIETY WRS offers blood pressure testing, Wednesdays, 11:30 a.m. - noon at the Killiney Beach Hall and Annex on Udell Road. AA MEETINGS ON WEDNESDAYS Upon Awakening meeting, Monday to Saturday, 7 a.m., Anglican Church, 3205-27th St. (back door), Vernon. Nooner Solution Group Monday to Friday, noon, open, VTC, 2810-48th Ave. (H). Open meeting (X), 8 p.m. at VTC, 2810-48 Ave., Vernon. Tradition meeting (X) closed meeting, 8 p.m., Albert Place, 3610-25 Ave, Vernon. AA meeting (X), open, 8 p.m., at VTC 2810-48 Ave. (H) Handicap access. (X) no access. 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 weightmanagement is most 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 Sharon at 545-8092 for more information. 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, full-course meal for $6, for seniors at the Enderby Seniors Complex, 11:30 a.m.
he Shoparama Spring Market boosts a budding bunch of crafters, entrepreneurs, artisans and home-based businesses, and baking too, April 2 from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. and April 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Vernon Recreation Complex. Come for the thousands of unique gift and décor items or stock up on your favourite gourmet spices and beauty supplies. There will be local entertainment, including Our Kids Have Talent finalists 2Step Closer, and a visit from The Spring Bunnies will bring goodies for the kids. Don’t forget to enter for door prize of $100 in Shoparama Dollars and we could surprise you with find-the-spot prizes. Enjoy the concession right next door at the Curling Rink. Admission is free, however you are invited to bring a non-perishable food item for the Food Bank. Please help us make this a special food bank fundraiser. Call Melody at 250-838-6439 for more information. KINDALE THRIFT STORE At 2725 Patterson Ave., Armstrong, has a selection of bridal and formal dresses at great low prices, so if you are planning a spring wedding or graduating come check us out. Store hours are Monday to Saturday, 9:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. We also are looking for volunteers, so if you have a couple of hours or more a week and looking for something to do come in and see us or call 250-546-3005 and ask for Joyce at the Thrift Store. THE GREATER VERNON MUSEUM & ARCHIVES along with Doodles Scrapbooks & Stamps is offering a workshop called, “Scrapbook Your Heritage” for students in Grades 4, 5 and 6 over spring break, March 30 from 1 to 4 p.m. Cost $12 and payable in advance. Scrapbook supplies provided but students need to provide pictures and information. Details available on registration. Call the museum at 542-3142. Museum is at 3009-32nd Ave.
MARCH 31 VERNON 9/11 TRUTH MEETS the last Thursday of every month to discuss how best to educate others locally about the actual events of 9/11, 2001. For more information contact Mike at 503-1009 or visit www.vernon911truth.org. 223 RED LION AIR CADET SQUADRON welcomes all youth ages 12 to 18 to join us. Enjoy gliding, survival weekends, range, sports activities and much more. We parade Thursday evenings, 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., at the Brigadier Murphy Armory at 1811 29th St. Drop in Thursday evenings or call 250-309-9490 for more information. VERNON CALORIE COUNTERS We meet every Thursday at 9:30 a.m. in the CMHA Clubhouse, Albert Place, 3610-25th Ave. Weighin followed by a short meeting and sharing of health information. For more info. call Agi at 250-549-4353 or Marj, 250-545-0250. COMMON THREADS Ministering to the needs of our community. Free, good quality used clothing and footwear. Every Thursday 10 a.m. - noon and Mondays from 3 to 6 p.m. at Vernon Alliance Church. Call 545-7105. HALINA SENIORS CENTRE DANCES Every Thursday from 2 - 4 p.m. Live country music. Everyone 50 and over is welcome. For more information, call 250-542-2877. CRIBBAGE every Thursday at 7 p.m., Schubert Centre. SPRING FOREST QIGONG Thursdays from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., Centre for Spiritual Living, 2913-29th Ave. By donation, all ages welcome. Discover movements of simple but powerful techniques to help balance energy. Added benefits: support for memory, hearing and vision. Call 250-549-4399.
AL-ANON MEETING Thursdays at 1:30 p.m., at Trinity United Church on Alexis Park Drive. CANCER RELAXATION SUPPORT GROUP For people living with cancer and their support persons. Meets Thursdays at 3:30 p.m., People Place, 3402-27th Ave. Call A.J. Inkster at 250-307-4410. TIME OUT GROUP AT HALINA SENIORS’ CENTRE If you enjoy doing crafts and socializing with a great group of people, come on out and join the Time Out group every Thursday from 1 to 4 p.m. at the centre, 3310-37th Ave. Call 250-542-2877 for more info. VERNON STROKE RECOVERY BRANCH Meets Thursday from 10 a.m. - 1 p.m., at The Pantry’s banquet room. Support to stroke survivors, their families and caregivers; socialization, recreational, educational activities to enhance, develop and maintain motor and cognitive skills. Call Brenda Paul at 542-2555 for more info. PREGNANT? NEED ASSISTANCE? Information, counselling, layettes provided. Call 545-5520 for an appointment or visit Vernon Prolife office at 3105C-31st Ave., on a Thursday morning. NEW HOPE FOR WIDOWS & WIDOWERS COFFEE TIME 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. Come and join us at 3402 - 27th Ave, Vernon, or call 250-545-6004 for more information. OUR WORLD COMMUNITY COLLECTIVE Meets the last Thursday of every month at 7 p.m. We are a network of concerned citizens in the federal riding of Okanagan-Shuswap who are willing to put varied amounts of energy into projects to improve the state of the world Call Darren at 275-7420 or see www.votetoday.ca THE COMPASSIONATE FRIENDS TCF is a self-help organization for parents who have experienced the death of a child at any age, from any cause. Meetings are held at 7 p.m., on the last Thursday of the month at the People Place, 3402-27th Ave. Call Darlene at 5585026, Natalie at 558-7605. VERNON AND DISTRICT ANIMAL CARE SOCIETY We have a lostand-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, if you wish, we only require information 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.
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Community Calendar MARCH 31 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. NORTH OKANAGAN HOME LEARNERS SUPPORT Parents’ meeting last Thursday of the month at 7 p.m., Bean to Cup in basement. New members welcome. Please call Jill Catlin at 545-2681 for info.
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Back to school with his new lap top!
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 info. B.C. GOV’T RETIRED EMPLOYEES’ ASSOC. Luncheon April 1 at 12:30 p.m., Schubert Centre. MODEL AIRPLANE SHOW The Vernon Radio Control Aeromodelers Society will display model aircraft April 1 and 2 in the Village Green Mall. Please come by and talk to club members, try the flight simulator, watch videos and ask about club membership. For more information call Warren Barker at 250-549-0425 PALESTINE STUDY GROUP MEETS April 1 at 10 a.m. at The People Place, room 003. The group will see and discuss the last half of the video With God on our Side. The video discusses the relationship between Christianity and the State of Israel. For more information call Johann Funk at 250-546-2751. WONDERCAFÉ-LIVE! in Lumby presents “Are You an April Fool?” featuring Curtis Bennett, an engineer, scientist and environmentalist, who will speak on the dangers of Wifi Networks and Electo Magnetic Technology, especially to our children in the schools. Please join us on April 1 at the Lumby United Church on Vernon Street at Park Avenue, from 7 to 9 p.m. Questions? Call Dave at 250-547-6368 or firstname.lastname@example.org. OLD TIME DANCE AT THE ENDERBY DRILL HALL April 1, come and dance to the music of Valley Five, with waltzes, polkas, two-step and pattern dances. Admission is $6 adults, $3 students; lunch included. Call 545-5414 or 545-4220 for more information. DINNER BANQUET WITH ANDREW KAMINSKI Colorado business leader Andrew Kaminski is speaking at the Schubert Centre, April 2 at 6:30 p.m. in an event sponsored by the FGBMFI of Canada. Born and raised in Denver, Kaminski has owned and co-owned a number of banking institutions, trust companies, real estate firms, as well as farms, ranches and a western wear retail store. He made a name for himself after we was arrested by the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission for failure to comply with some of the rules and regulations in the “fine print.” It was then he had a life changing encounter that would alter his path and future dramatically. Tickets are $20, children 12 and under, $10. Call 542-5961 or 308-9404 for reservations/info. USED BOOK AND GARAGE SALE The Taoist Tai Chi Society of Canada, Vernon Centre, holds semi-annual used book and garage sale fundraiser April 2 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Taoist Tai Chi Hall, 3105-28th St. All books sorted into categories and arranged alphabetically by author. Browse for your favourite authors, and have a look at the large selection of garage sale items while you’re there. Enjoy coffee and a muffin while you watch classes and demos of Taoist Tai Chi, which is ongoing throughout the day. Better yet, join in ! For more info., call us at 250-542-1822 or e-mail us at email@example.com BC CONSERVATIVE CONSTITUENCY ASSOC. AGM Annual general meeting April 2 with lunch at noon, Salmon Arm Seniors Activity Centre, 170-5th Ave. SE. Guest speaker: Darrel Stinson. KELOWNA SINGLES CLUB DANCES April 2, Rutland Centennial Hall, 180A Rutland Rd. N. Kelowna. Music by Vic & the Bandmasters. Doors open 7 p.m. Dancing 8 LAIRD IMPROVEMENT DISTRICT p.m. to midnight. Bar and ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING refreshments available at Thursday, April 14th, 2011 reasonable cost. Light lunch 7:30 p.m. at 10:30 p.m. Tickets at the door: members $9; nonOdd Fellows (Small) Hall, members $12. Memberships 3005 Wood Ave., Armstrong $12 per year. Call 250-763Election of Trustees 1355 or 250-763-1867.
STRICTLY BALLROOM DANCING starts April 7 from 7 to 10 p.m. and continues every Thursday evening for the month of April. Proper dress required (no jeans). All levels of ballroom dancers, singles and couples are welcome. Join us at the Legion, 4607 29th St. For more info call Judy at 542-7773 or Dawn at 558-9974. THE FEDERAL SUPERANNUATES HOLD AGM Annual general meeting April 7 at 10 a.m., the People Place, across from Canadian Wholesale Club. Election time; please make an effort to attend. THE PHILOSOPHERS’ CAFE FORUM IN NORTH BX Hosting the fabulously funny Michelle Holland and her topic of “The Philosophy of Humour.” Join us as she shares her humour in storytelling format regarding life, love and our journey here. By exploring the topic of humour, and discussing its important role, Michelle will open doors to a greater understanding of the ultra positive mind-body humour connection and illustrate her profound message of courage, hope, and love for self and others! April 7 at 7 p.m. Call Julie at 250-545-9044 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot as seating is limited; $5 admission fee. SOVEREIGN LAKE AGM April 7, 7 p.m., Schubert Centre. SPECIAL OLYMPICS BOOK SALE April 7, 8 and 9, Village Green Mall. Through the generous donations of new and used books from the public we have collected an assortment of more than 10,000 quality books of every description. Books have become the focus of an ongoing fundraising program for Special Olympians in Vernon. For more info. or to donate books, call 250-545-1287. DANCE AT THE ENDERBY SENIORS’ COMPLEX April 8, The Wildwood Band is playing, 2-4 p.m.All welcome. THE THREADS THAT BIND US, 3004 B 31st St., welcomes all to their Mini-Psychic Fair, April 8 from 3 to 7 p.m. Variety of practitioners, including Tarot readers, Reiki practitioners, psychics, channellers, and holistic health practitioners, who will offer short samples of their services for discounted rate. Admission is minimum $2 donation, to earthquake & tsunami relief efforts for Vernon’s sister city, Tome, Japan. For more information, contact Sable or Brenda at 250-540-0341, or email Sable@thethreadsthatbindus.net. ALLAN BROOKS NATURE CENTRE DINNER & AUCTION Annual fundraiser April 8 at the Best Western Vernon Lodge. Doors open 5:30 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m. Emcee is Mike Roberts, with CHBC; auctioneer is Kevin Rothwell. Silent and live auctions, live entertainment, buffet dinner. Tickets $65 per person, with $25 charitable donation receipt provided. Tickets at Ticket Seller, 380033rd St. or online at www.ticketseller.ca. All proceeds benefit the Allan Brooks Nature Centre. See abnc.ca for more information. GIANT GARAGE SALE AT TRINITY UNITED CHURCH April 9 from 9 a.m. to noon at 3300 Alexis Park Dr. More than 10,000 square feet filled with bargain prices! Join us! BENEFIT FOR KAEL SCOTT April 9, for Kael Scott, who is a young burn victim featuring The Dirt and 50/50 draws with cover charge going to his family. Hosted by the Vernon Fire Department. Cover charge $5. Starts 8:30 p.m. Sneakers Sports Bar, Village Green Hotel, 4801-27th St. Call 250-542-3321. 19TH ANNUAL GIANT BOOK SALE Annual event hosted by the Armstrong Spallumcheen Museum and Arts Society April 9 to 15 from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. and April 16 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the museum and art gallery, 3415 Pleasant Valley Rd. Tens of thousands of books to choose from and more put out daily. For more information, call the museum and gallery at 250-546-8318.
THE LAKE COUNTRY MUSEUM is pleased to invite you to a public presentation at the Creekside Theatre on April 3, 1:30 p.m. Building the Kettle Valley Railway: Myra and its Men is presented by Dr. Maurice Williams and Dr. Richard Garvin of UBC-O, who established the Myra Canyon Research Project to uncover the history behind this famous section of the Kettle Valley Railway. Maury William’s book, Myra’s Men, will be available for purchase, as will artwork by local artist Margaret Kyle. Admission is by donation. Doors open at 1 p.m. MEDITATION GROUP Meets twice per month in Vernon on the Sunday closest to the new and full moons. Next events: April 3 and 17 from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m., Inner Light Yoga Studio, 2807 44th Ave., Vernon. Everyone welcome. Attendance by donation. Facilitated by Elara, a renowned spiritual teacher and energy healer. For more information see www.transformationwithelara.com/ Latest-Events-2.html or contact Elara at 250 306 5325 COMMUNITY-WIDE SING-ALONG April 3 from 7 to 8 p.m. (Band prelude starts about 6:30), First Baptist Church (1406 – 32 Avenue). The Sing-along Band will play and Karl Janzen will lead as we sing our favourite hymns, and southern gospel songs. Invite your friends to join with us for this hour of sharing God’s love through music. KALAMALKA SPEAKERS LUNCH & LEARN SERIES April 4 “The War on Drugs and the Need for Reform” with David M. Kennedy. The failed drug war is costing us $320 billion worldwide per year. The effects are increased violence, cheaper and more available drugs, and warring cartels with thousands dying. We need to move towards legal regulation, and see drug use as a health problem, not a criminal problem. David M. Kennedy is a retired medical doctor, and also an accredited marriage and family therapist, who worked in India for 6 years, and practised in Vernon from 1971 until 1999. Kalamalka Lecture Theatre 12:30-1:20 p.m. Okanagan College. Free lecture and parking in student parking lots. INTRODUCTION TO FLY FISHING/FLY CASTING The Kalamalka Fly Fishers’ course will teach you everything you need to know to start and enjoy fly fishing. Five-night course covers equipment, knots, finding fish, local entomology and fly-casting. Each student will receive fly-fishing/casting manual. Equipment not needed for first night. We will start from the beginning and teach you proper techniques to cast. Learn to cast into the wind and add more distance. Course runs April 5 to May 3, Tuesdays 7 to 9 p.m. Register at the Vernon Rec Centre or online at www.greatervernonrecreation.ca (Course code #24291). Cost is $80.64 per person. More info., call Ruben at 250-558-5362 or see www.kalflyfishers.ca VERNON COMMUNITY ARTS CENTRE SPRING CLASSES Planning ahead? Register now for the Youth Summer Art Camps. Details at www.vernonarts.ca or call 250-542-6243. SINGLE FRIENDS 50+ April 5, weekly coffee 10 a.m. at Red Barn, Come out and meet new friends and pick up activity list for the month. April 6, spring hike to Cosen’s Bay. Bring a lunch, Call for car pool area and time. We are also attending the Louisiana Hayride Apr. 9 at the Performing Arts Centre. 260-5238. HOW TO TAKE BETTER PICTURES Course is ideal for beginning photographer, or someone who wants to know how and when to turn camera off auto. Three two-hour modules, April 5, 12, 19 from 10 a.m. to noon. For users of point and shoot digital cameras, hybrid or digital single lens reflex, course has applicability for film users. Many of the shooting concepts are the same. Taught by Tom Skinner. Participants must pre-register. Call 250-545-3173 to signup. Cost is $99 + hst (members) and $115 + hst (non-members). COMMUNITY OPEN HOUSE AT CHARLES BLOOM April 6, Bloom will host a combined, parent/teacher interview and Community Open House. This evening will focus and highlight the initiatives and programs underway at Bloom as well as provide an opportunity to gather as a learning community, socialize and celebrate student success. The opportunity to gather as a whole community with the purpose of looking at excellence at Bloom through the lens of student ownership ties directly into our school goal, “To improve the success rates of students in courses and embed student success in the culture of Charles Bloom Secondary School.”
“My mother sold student ﬁrst chocolates in Alberta over 13 years ago. Now i,m following her footsteps. Since i was in student ﬁrst i have learned about counting money that helps me in math. im learning to have conﬁdence when talking to people. i have also learned eye contact. and i also get to have fun meeting new freinds at the same time.”
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Estelle Corbett was born on December 7th, 1914 in Port Alberni, B.C. and passed away on March 24th, 2011 in the Vernon Jubilee Hospital at the age of 96 years. Estelle will be lovingly remembered by two sons; Pat (Heather) Corbett of Vernon, B.C. and Bill (Betty) Corbett of Millet, Alberta; one daughter-in-law, Eunice Corbett of Enderby, B.C.; numerous grandchildren, great-grandchildren, nieces and nephews; and one sister, Margaret Riekki of Ventura, California. She was preceded in death by her husband, Carl; and two sons, Gavin and Neil. In respecting Estelle’s wishes, she was cremated and a gathering to celebrate her life will take place at a later date. As an expression of sympathy, those who wish to do so may send donations in memory of Estelle to the charity of their choice. Cremation arrangements were made with BETHEL FUNERAL CHAPEL LTD., 5605-27th Street, Vernon, B.C. V1T 8Z5 250-542-1187
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BILLICK, Paul Theodore It is with heartfelt sadness that we announce the passing of Paul Theodore Billick on March 24, 2011 in Vernon, BC. Expression of sympathy may be forwarded to the family via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Arrangements entrusted to PERSONAL ALTERNATIVE FUNERAL SERVICES, Armstrong 250-546-7237 & Vernon 250-558-0866.
In Loving Memory of
Fanny Noel Roberts
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In all the world we shall not ﬁnd a heart so loving and so kind, so soft a voice, so sweet a smile, an inspiration so worth while, a sympathy so sure, so deep, a love so wonderful to keep
Joyce Irene MarƟn
January 3, 1932 – March 12, 2011 It is with great sadness that we share with you that Joyce Irene MarƟn passed away on March 12, 2011 in Vernon BC at 79 years of age. Joyce was loved by all that knew her and will be missed by all her family and friends. She is survived by her loving husband Ray; children, Tracie (Darin), Mark, Glenn (KaƟe); grandchildren, Amanda, Jennifer, Colin, Sarah, Alexandria, Chris, and Nicole; great-grandchildren, Brooklyn and Caius. Joyce was born on January 3, 1932 in London, England to Leonard and Elizabeth Baker. She arrived to Canada in 1956 and married Ray in 1957. A Memorial Service will be held on April 2, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. in the Chapel of Personal AlternaƟve Funeral Services (4417 29 Street, Vernon BC). In lieu of Ňowers, memorial donaƟons can be made to the Canadian Diabetes AssociaƟon (www.diabetes.ca). Expressions of sympathy can be forwarded to the family via email: vernon@myalternaƟves.ca. Arrangements entrusted to PERSONAL ALTERNATIVE FUNERAL SERVICES Vernon 250-558-0866 & Armstrong 250-546-7237
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SPOOR, Liisa Karen (nee Koponen) (B.A., LL.B.) December 17, 1963 - March 19, 2011. It is with profound sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the loss of our wife, mother, daughter, sister, aunt and friend. Liisa lived her life with dignity and grace and was a loyal friend to all who knew her. Compassionate and passionate in everything she did, our hearts are Įlled with great sadness at losing her too young and too soon. We will miss you and love you forever, Liisa. A Memorial Service and celebraƟon of Liisa’s life will be held at St Philips Anglican Church, 3737 W 27th Ave Vancouver on Monday, April 4, 2011 at 1:00 p.m. For those who want to share condolences or stories of Liisa please go to www.hollyburnfunerals. com. In lieu of Ňowers donaƟons can be made to the Terry Fox FoundaƟon.
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Highway 97 Four Laning â€“ WinďŹ eld to Oyama Windley Contracting (2010) Ltd. is currently accepting applicants for all positions for the Highway 97 Four Laning â€“ WindďŹ eld to Oyama project. Please submit resume by Fax 250-758-0917 or email Chelsea@windleycontracting.com Experienced workers only need apply.
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Cats and kittens available for adoption to approved homes. Neutered, tattooed & vaccinated.
Phone (250) 545-7535 www.vernonanimalcare.com
BOOSHAY’S TRAINING ACADEMY Novice obedience classes, all age & breeds welcome. New class April 7th. Enroll now, class ﬁlls fast. (250)558-5322 Cairn Terrier puppies, 6 months old, registered, all shots, dewormed, $800. (250)546-0277, 250-309-0555. German Rottweiler pups, 8wks, 1st shots, dewormed, Socialized $600 250-307-2333 LOVE ANIMALS? Love a career as an Animal Health Technologist. GPRC Fairview Campus. Accredited program well known to veterinarians. On-campus farm and residences. Work with large and small animals. 1-888-9997882; gprc.ab.ca/fairview. RESCUE CHIHUAHUA’S. 2yr blue & wht, M, Chihuahua, 1yr, M, wht & tan Chihuahua, 1yr red Min Pin/Chi X, all ﬁxed, vaccinated & vet checked. $250 adoption fee. 250-541-7778 WOLF HYBRID Cubs ready now. Sun Valley Wolf Kennels www.sunvalleywolfkennels.com 250-765-4996 Kelowna, BC
Merchandise for Sale
Appliances #1 Choice, Washer & Dryer $250. Many other items. We also buy appliances. Wayne 250-549-6649 2 dr older fridge/freezer for sale. 66” high x 33” wide. $200 OBO. (250)549-2242 Deep freeze 2’x1”w,3’x4”L,2’x11”h. $75. Full size Kenmore portable dishwasher.$200. obo. 250542-0511. IT’S Mr. Mike! Washer & dryer starting at $250. Stackers & front load, plus other stuff. 250-503-6368, 250-549-3781. Parnell’s T.V. & Appliance, Hotpoint OTR microwave $199.00. white. 250-542-6998
Firearms DEAL of the week: New AR-15-CQ-A1 Carbine, .223, 4 mags, $749. At The Best Little Gunshop Around Weber & Markin 4-1691 Powick Rd, Kel. 250-762-7575 Tues-Sat, 10-6
Food Products CERTIFIED ORGANIC Chicken and Turkey, Frozen $4.00/lbs. Discount on larger orders. Lamb cut wrapped and frozen, $5.00/lbs. Enderby 250-838-6684. Naturally grown BEEF, approx 250lbs sides, no additives, $2.65/lbs cwf. 250546-6494
LIVESTOCK HAULING Reliable and committed Call Paul:
SHAVINGS & SAWDUST 10 TO 150 YARD LOADS BARK MULCH FIR OR CEDAR - Regular & Screened Sizes -
We load pickups, trailers, etc … and we deliver! • Screened Topsoil • Decorative Rock • Natures Gold Products • Bark Mulch • Manure and Peat • Sand and Gravel
Tree Services Cheap danger tree removal by Certiﬁed faller. 250-546-6299 250-804-5113
Pets & Livestock
REIMER’S FARM SERVICES ACROSS FROM VERNON GOLF COURSE ENTRANCE
609 KAL LAKE ROAD
Merchandise for Sale
Furniture 3 cushion recliner, beige, good cond. $300. obo 250-549-2242 Bedroom Sealy mattress set, 6 drawer blond wood dresser w/mirror & night table $475. 250-260-4188 Cherry wood dining room suite, buffet, hutch, 6-chairs, 2 leafs, $800 obo. 250-558-8895 Long Floral Chesterﬁeld $500. 250-260-6063 Newer beautiful Maple hutch. $250. 250-546-6299. TV & Stand $100. 3 living room chairs $100 each. 250260-4188
Garden Equipment 1970 John Deere 6hp, 30” cut ride-on mower $250. 250-5032177 1970’s John Deere 214 lawn garden tractor, 7 attach’s, runs great, $2,000. 250-503-2177.
Heavy Duty Machinery FREE Removal of unwanted equipment etc. Dead or Alive Auto Recycling. Call Leo (250)550-5245
Jewels, Furs Big beautiful ﬂawless 1.10kt diamond ring. Very valuable Price neg. 250-306-4616
Medical Supplies ATTENTION DIABETICS with Medicare. Get a FREE Talking Meter and diabetic supplies at NO COST, plus FREE home delivery! Best of all, this meter eliminates painful ﬁnger pricking! Call 888-449-1321. CAN’T GET Up Your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift! 1-866-981-5991. Electric recline lift chair, very good cond. $350. 250-8386653 “FEATHERWEIGHT/ DELUXE MOTORIZED WHEELCHAIRS” Absolutely at no cost to you if eligible!! Back Braces, arthritis pumps. Medicare, HMO’s & private insurance accepted. 1-800-6938896. SHOPRIDER scooters & power chairs, lift chairs, walkers & ramps, new & used. www.okmobilityscootersplus.ca Shoprider Dealer, Kelowna: 250-764-7757, Vernon: 250542-3745, Toll free: 1-888-5423745,
Misc. for Sale
WANTED Quality furniture, household appliances, antiques, collectables and vehicles for CONSIGNMENT. We also buy, sell & pick up.
Call Dodds Auction 250-545-3259 100% GUARANTEED Omaha Steaks - SAVE 64% on the Family Value Collection. NOW ONLY $49.99 Plus 3 FREE GIFTS & right-to-thedoor delivery in a reusable cooler. 5 around cd player. $40. 19” color T.V. $20. Misc power tools, drills etc.,$10.00 up. 250-549-7015. 8x16ft, portable building, insulated, heated, fully wired, vaulted ceiling, $6000. 250308-0448 A FREE telephone service Get your ﬁrst month free. Bad credit, don’t sweat it. No deposits. No credit checks. Call Freedom Phone Lines today Toll-Free 1-866-884-7464. All carpets, hardwood, laminate & vinyl planking 40% off. 10 days only!! 250-260-8511 Beds; double, queen, king, singles & bunks. New TV stand, sewing machine, coffee table, records. 250-545-5694 BRAND new 5 stage reverse osmosis water ﬁltration system. Retail price: $795. Now: $250. Call 250-863-1544 CAN’T GET up your Stairs? Acorn Stairlifts can help. Call Acorn Stairlifts now! Mention this ad and get 10% off your new Stairlift.1-866-981-6591.
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HOME MAINTENANCE / RENOVATIONS CONSTRUCTION Kelly’s Construction Taping/Drywall/Finishing Textured Ceilings New or Additions Over 25 years experience
Local Westside Rd References
250-317-6260 Kelly Hinger
Kitchens and Baths Holm Renovations Ltd
McLennan • Thompson
X Fine Interior Finishing X Custom Woodwork X Basement suites X Design & Colour Advice Call for a free estimate - Over 30 years experience
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL
Call Errol or Roberta 250-545-3321
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)
549-0784 • 309-2570
KITCHEN PRO DON’T REPLACE, REFACE 778-753-5776 Kitchen cabinets & vanity refacing. Replace doors, update crown, modern hardware, counters, tile splash. Bring your old cabinets up to date at a fraction of the cost. www.kpro.ca
HANDS Renovations & Repairs Painting & Decorating Kitchens & Bathrooms Residential Snow Removal
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
BOOKKEEPING Will organize your paperwork & prepare financial statements. A/R, A/P, HST, payroll. Shoeboxes welcome.
Insured * References * Guaranteed
Inside - Out
Ron Kleefman 250-309-0435
DIRECT APPLIANCE Major Appliance In Home Service
Servicing Winﬁeld, Oyama, Vernon, Lumby, Cherryville, Falkland, Armstrong & Enderby
Foam Insulation Specialists Working to Save You Energy!
References • All Work Guaranteed
• Siding • Sofﬁt
• General Carpentry • Aluminum Railings • New & Renovations • Vinyl Decking
GEORGE SIMMONS C: 250-309-0621 H: 250-838-0449 Fax: 250-838-0459 EXPEREINCED CRAFTSMEN QUALITY WORKMANSHIP SERVICE YOU CAN TRUST
• Bath Remodels • Decks • Drywall
• Kitchen • Basement Remodels Finishing • Painting • Tile Work • Plumbing • Much More Licensed, Bonded & Insured 250-545-3130
Over 25 years experience.
NEED A PLUMBER?
Red Seal Certiﬁed Refrigeration and Appliance Technician “C” BC Safety Authority Gas Licence
Available on short notice!
WHY WAIT? Certiﬁed Journeyman Plumber/Gasﬁtter
FREE ESTIMATES • LOW RATES
R. I. P. Mudjacking
& Underpinning Ltd.
• Lift sunken sidewalks, slabs, stairs,
pool decks and house foundations • Form and place new sidewalks, patios, driveways
CONTACT CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
Sun Valley Construction
Journeyman Carpenter, Cabinet Maker
KITCHENS, BATHS & MORE!
HERE! You WILL be noticed and get MORE business by placing an ad in this directory
ADAIR ELECTRIC LTD. RENOS, RESIDENTIAL, COMMERCIAL Free Estimates/Emergency Service Bonded and Insured License #92048 BBB Member – Quality Work BOB ADAIR 250-275-4780
Phone Dave 250-558-7653
WINDOWS & DOORS BUSINESS DIRECTORY
CONTACT CLASSIFIEDS AT
Door & Window
“All Your Concrete Needs” Producer of Good Quality Concrete RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL Call Kevin 250-308-8268 • Foundations • Concrete Floors • Sidewalks • Retaining Wall • Engineered Wall • Driveway • Suspended Slabs
Independently Owned and Locally Operated
kelowna.handymanconnection.com N serving all the North Okanagan Now iincluding n Armstrong, Enderby, Lumby, Falkland, Lavington, Coldstream, BX & Oyama
250-309-1380 • email@example.com
(250) 545-9522 (778) 475-3978
TILING (WALLS & FLOORS) WOOD & LAMINATE FLOORS GENERAL REPAIRS & RENOS CARPENTRY 16 PLUMBING Years Experience
CHRIS - 250-540-0025
Specializing in Small Businesses
• • • • •
For Free Estimate Call:
INCOME TAX SERVICE E-FILE
Finishing, Drywalling, Taping, Hardwood, Laminate, Tile Work, Basements & Framing.
Complete Renovations * Repairs * Decks * Fences “Framing to Flooring”
Renovation Wall & Floor
TIM 250-307-8772 Quality Work Guaranteed
RENOVATIONS • FRAMING SIDING • CONCRETE FORMING
HERE! You WILL be noticed and get MORE business by placing an ad in this directory
Dave - (250) 309 0206
“For all your window and door needs GOVERNMENT GRANTS - WE CANwindow DO IT!” $70 per
Quality Professional Installations See us at our new location
NEW 2001 43rd St Vernon, B.C.V1T 6K7
DAVIES DRYWALL CUSTOM HOME DRYWALLER NEW OR RENO BOARD, TAPE & SPRAY CALL KYLE 250-308-4663
All Your Drywalling Needs Additions, Basements, Renovations, Steel Stud Framing, Drywalling, Taping, Dropped Ceilings Call Attila: 250-546-6282
Protect Your Property with the effective and virtually invisible
New Construction or Renovations
Add-On Deer Fence Easy to install - e.g. as a DIY project Weather resistant - aluminum, stainless steel Animal friendly - no injuries to wildlife Affordable - no high-post construction
www.deerstop.ca H&G Metal Works
KV Fairglass is the authorized dealer for Milgard Windows in the North Okanagan
CONTACT CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
Ask about MILGARD’S LIFETIME WARRANTY
• Installations • Wood windows • Vinyl - Fiberglass - Aluminum • All milgard windows c/w Suncoat Lowe Glass • Free Estimates … 2 to 3 Week Delivery
Toll Free 1-800-661-8003 1044 Middleton Way, Vernon • 545-6096 • Fax (250) 545-1977
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House Cleaning Manuela Weber (250) 540-9772 firstname.lastname@example.org
ONE ROOM FREE FREE ESTIMATES WORK GUARANTEED CALL FOR DETAILS
549-0115 DANâ€™S PAINTING & REPAIRS RESIDENTIAL INTERIOR & EXTERIOR PAINTING RELIABLE - WORK GUARANTEED - CHEAPEST RATES IN TOWN - WCB INSURED
Structural Steel Fabrication & Repairs
â€˘ Renovations Quality â€˘ Handyman Since 1989 CALL TOM: 308-8778
Repaints our specialty! â€˘ Walls â€˘ Doors â€˘ Windows â€˘ Trim â€˘ Textured Ceilings Painted - Repaired or Retextured GET MY ESTIMATE OR PAY TOO MUCH! Free Estimates â€˘ www.timetopaint.com or
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
CONTACT THE CLASSIFIED DEPARTMENT
Stucco, Re-stucco & Repairs
Seniors Discount - Free Estimates
25 + years Experience
We guarantee our workmanship at an affordable price
6083 Okanagan Ave, Vernon, BC V1H 1L9
Cliff Battensby 250-308-1193
A.S. (Andi) Towns â€˘ Driveways Owner â€˘ Patios â€˘ Walkways OFFICE: (250) 542-8316 â€˘ Rockwalls CELL: (250) 309-4539
Garden Maintenance & Design
Women with 10 yrs Horticultural Experience
LAWN CARE MAINTENANCE
Stone Paving & Landscaping
Over 15 years Experience â€˘ Call for a Free Quote
NAGY LANDSCAPING N
* Maintenance Programs * Tree & Shrub Care * Dethatching * Aeration * Lawn Mowing * Weed Control * Yard Cleanup
â€˘ HEDGE & SHRUB, TRIM & SHAPE â€˘ TREE PRUNING & REMOVAL â€˘ LAWN MOWING â€˘ WEED â€˘ PLANT â€˘ CLEAN-UP â€˘ DUMP HAUL (NO HST)
VERNON & AREA: 250-558-5342
2250-547-2429 â€˘ 250-306-9896
RESIDENTIAL & COMMERCIAL, STRATA
Daveâ€™s Landscaping â€˘ Design â€˘ Installation â€˘ Maintenance
Now Booking for Pruning, Power Raking, Fertilization, Weekly Lawn Care & General Yard Maintenance 45 Years ++ exp. Call Dave
FOR ALL YOUR PRESSURE WASHING NEEDS
â€œMaking Green Space YOUR Spaceâ€?
Ask for Early Booking Special HOT â€˘ COLD â€˘ STEAM â€˘ GRAFFITI REMOVAL Ph: 250-308-7940 www.mobilepressurewash.ca
& TRUCK SERVICE LTD.
Designer & Installer
GARDEN ROTOTILLNG 4â€™ rotovator. Reasonable rates. Book now. 250-549-4474.
Glendale RooďŹ ng & Renovations
FREE REMOVAL of all unwanted vehicles & metals. No vehicle or metal too big. 250-351-9666
PAINTING & RENOVATING
SIMPLY CEILINGS AND WALLS
Misc. for Sale
Call 778-475-2088 Michael 250-550-3936
Corner TV unit $100, 27â€? Toshiba TV $100. Long play records $300. 250-260-6063 DISCONNECTED PHONE? Phone Factory Home Phone Service. No one refused! Low monthly rate! Calling features and unlimited long distance available. Call Phone Factory today! 1-877-336-2274. www.phonefactory.ca DO-IT-YOURSELF Steel Buildings priced for Spring clearance - Ask about free delivery to most areas! Call for quick quote and free brochure 1-800-668-5111 ext. 170. Electric Scooter, c/w battery charger, basket, in good cond. $700. obo. 250-547-6330. For sale 1 yr Golf Membership at Vernon Golf & Country Club. 250-542-6651, 250-260-0949
Lee (250) 260-0793
~ Custom Pools ~ Water Features ~ Pool Renovations ~ Retaining Walls
Misc. for Sale
Misc. for Sale
GARAGE DOOR revolution. The amazing rolling garage door is now available in Canada. Quiet. Safe. Attractive. Space Saving. And competitively priced. Check it out at garador.ca or call 1-877-7652367. Mention â€œCommunityâ€? and receive an automatic 10% off. HOT TUB (SPA) COVERS. Best price. Best quality. All shapes & colours available. 1-866-652-6837 www.thecoverguy.com JVC DVD player $50, 250260-6063 Lenoux Elite high efďŹ ciency down draft oil furnace, 97,000 BTU, used 1 winter only, as back up system, $1600. 250546-0123 NEED BUILDING PLANS New or renovation. Call Okanagan Blue Print. 250-558-8791 New still in box, Graco Nautilus multi-stage carseat, 40100lbs, paid $230, asking $50. 250-260-8997 New water softener unit, hooked up- but never used, $500. 250-542-8998 Nikon F80 camera body, c/w 2x converter. $200. (250)5423088
Old Cupboards. $80 obo. (250)549-3393 PERSONALIZED ALL-INONE Easter Basket- OVER 50% OFF! Regular Price $32.99 YOU PAY $15.99. Includes Personalization; Plush Bunny, Chocolate; Candy and PeepsÂŽ Visit: www.Personal Creations.com/Always or Call 1-888-903-0973. Queen mattress need replacing? Simmons, like new, for sale. Bought King. $150 obo. 250-260-6621. Riverside Natural Meats Your one stop for custom slaughter. Provincially inspected, Quality guaranteed. Delivered to your cut shop or farm. No surcharge on Custom Slaughter. Can cut & wrap (250)832-0012 email@example.com SAWMILLS â€“ Band/Chainsaw Spring Sale. Cut lumber any dimension, anytime. Make money and save money In stock ready to ship. Starting at $1,195.00. www.NorwoodSawmills.com/400OT 1-800-566-6899 Ext.400OT Treadmill, hardly used, $500. (250)838-6653
- Spring Cleanup - 1 Ton Dump & Bobcat - Backhoe Full Excavating
Call Noel 250-260-6756
EARTHWORKS LTD. Excavating, Trucking & Materials Bobcat, Mini Hoe, Residential, Earthworks Joe Prebushewski Cell: (250) 550-6208 Fax: (250) 549-3899 â€˘ Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Misc. for Sale
Trimline treadmill $350. Sewing bust on stand $50. Antique side chair $50. 250-309-1323
Wanted: Kash for copper/ brass- radiators, wire, plumbing. Also clean up yards/metal haul away. 250-546-3556
Menâ€™s right hand tailor made RAC HT irons. $200. (250)542-3088
Two volumes of Sask. Heritage books of Strasbourg, Bulyea & Duval, $40. 250-5456783
Stereo / DVD / TV Tannoy 15â€? dual concentric ďŹ‚oor standing loudspeaker systems, drivers require new surrounds.Offers.250-545-5889
WANTED: Good used furniture, beds also. Phone Furniture Emporium, 250-545-0240
PIANOS, serviced, tuned and delivered. Uprights from $599, Grands from $2500. Call World of Music 250-869-0819 or Toll Free 1-800-663-5183
Washer/Dryer $50, furnace $25, rain barrels $20/each. Firewood $50. 3ft vanity $25. (250)558-0871
Professional cd/dvd burning/ printing. $25 set up. $3 per cd. Recording facility.$50hour. Chris Madsen 250-558-1960
Home/portable wood shop, must sell as unit, less than 1/2 cost. $6000. (250)542-3088
Whirlpool electric stove, white, exc cond, $100. Medium size dog travel crate $40. New never used canoe paddle $10. 2 new adult ďŹ‚oatation vests $15 each, never used. Propane camp stove $10. 5th wheel hitch lock $25. (250)542-3449
Misc. Wanted Compost wanted - (250)5457067 IM a private buyer/collector of 1950â€™s, 60â€™s and older 10Â˘, 25Â˘, 50Â˘ & $1. I want to buy lots! All conditions! US & Canadian. Todd 250-864-3521
CONSIGNMENT SPORTING GOODS, The Sports Store, 4412 - 27th St., Vernon 778475-5997. PRO skate sharpening, by donation, 100% of the proceeds to charity. LASER Sights, Red Dots, SKSâ€™s from $199, CQ-A1 AR15â€™s $749, Glocks, CZs $699+up. Ammo: 9mm, .40, .45, .357, .38, .44, .223. Repairs, reďŹ nishing, reblueing. All at The Best Little Gunshop Around Weber & Markin 4-1691 Powick Rd, Kel. 250762-7575 Tues-Sat, 10-6
Garage Sales 7892 Ok Landing Rd. (In the rear of Relicâ€™s Store) Fri. April 1, 8am-2pm. Numerous items.
Reclaim your garage.
the classiďŹ eds
GARAGE SALE DIRECTORY STARTS APRIL 8th/2011
DEADLINE IS WEDNESDAY 2PM 3 LINES OR LESS (approx 10-12 words) $16.80 INCLUDES TAX Includes 2 garage sale signs $1.95 per extra line
small ads, BIG
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Acreage for Sale
Houses For Sale
Apt/Condo for Rent
Apt/Condo for Rent
3 Acres, Whitevale Area, Lumby. Flat, trees, drilled well, gas/hydro to driveway. Price $235,000.00 + HST OBO. 250-547-6932. 7.98-acres, on Bodwell Rd. gently sloping, no buildings. $449,000. 250-260-3545 BIG BEAUTIFUL ARIZONA LAND $99/mo. $0 down, $0 interest, Golf Course, Nat’l Parks. 1 hour from Tucson Int’l Airport Guaranteed Financing,No Credit Checks. Pre-recorded msg. 1-800-631-8164 Code 4001 www.sunsites landrush.com BIG BEAUTIFUL Arizona land $99/mo. $0 down, $0 interest, Golf Course, Nat’l Parks. 1 hour from Tucson Int’l Airport Guaranteed ﬁnancing, no credit checks. Pre-recorded msg. 1-800-631-8164 code 4057 OWN 20 acres zero money down $99/mo. Only $12,900 Near growing El Paso, Texas Money back guarantee, no credit checks, owner ﬁnancing, free color brochure 1-800-3439444 20acreranches.com
******* OKHomeseller.com Where smart sellers meet smart buyers! View Thompson Okanagan properties for sale.// Selling? No Commission. (250) 545-2383 or 1-877-291-7576 2 bedroom house, 55+ over, appliances, air conditioner, etc., Offers. 250-838-7223. 3.69 Acres Home and Shop in Vernon home, Detached 1000 sqft Shop with hoist. Great holding property!Reduced to $575,000 Call Wade 250-5506364. 6177 Okanagan Ave
Business for Sale Busy Cafe for sale, Downtown Vernon. Turn-key, 2 person operation, unlimited potentialupdated equipment & decor. Reasonable rent, $85,000. Call Rick 250-307-1959 Oceanfront Motel, 2 acres, 10 units, near park, for sale or could be included in a larger project. Site approved for condos. Plans completed, ready to go. Phone 250-753-0160
For Sale By Owner 1400sq.ft Home, 1 acre in Whitevale Lumby, $275,000. w w w. o k h o m e s e l l e r. c o m #26568. Call 250-547-9533 3 bdrm townhouse, centrally located, term neg., small d/p. 250-542-0060.
Houses For Sale
Brand new 2200 sq ft home. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths. Triple car garage. All appliances included. Close to schools, parks, lake.
FREE computerized printout of foreclosure properties www.OkanaganForeclosures.com Salt Team, Re/Max Vernon
Move In Incentives
Mobile Homes & Parks
4203-32nd Street, Vernon 1 bedroom suites F/S, DW, AC, appliances and 24 hour access to pool and restaurant 250-260-1162 Best location for Great living
MORRIS MANOR 2 bedroom corner suite, 1 large bachelor suite and 1 bedroom available. Senior oriented building, downtown across from Schubert Centre. Heat included. For more information call
The CLIFFS 2 Bedroom Suites $
1000 / month
F/S, W/D, D/W, A/C, + 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.
Home & Lot Packages
www.countrysidemanufacturedhomes.com WHOLESALE FACTORY DIRECT. Manufactured, Modular & Park models. Tremendous savings. Luxurious 1512 sq. ft home including delivery and installation only $ 109,950. Many other plans available. 877-976-3737 or 250-814-3788 www.hbmodular.com
Mortgages Mortgage Help! Beat bank rates for purchases and reﬁnances, immediate debt consolidation, foreclosure relief, and equity loans. Free, fast, friendly, private consultations. Call 1888-711-8818 www.mountaincitymortgage.ca
Rentals Apt/Condo for Rent Be Impressed! 2 bedroom luxury condo in mature - adult building with secure U.G. parking + guest suite + more! $955 includes heat, 3 pce. ensuite, gas ﬁreplace. No stairs to the unit! NS, NP. Cat OK. 250-309-2000 1bdrm apt, excellent location, D/T, bus route, avail May 1st. $650/mo. (250)546-3309
Houses For Sale
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Why not call a agent today at Vernon 250-549-4161; Armstrong 250-546-3119; Lumby 250-547-9266; Enderby 250-838-0025 (Not intended To Solicit Properties Currently Listed For Sale) *OMREB MLS North Okanagan Listings 12/31/10
3 bed, 2 bath, 1360 sq ft Affordable home in Lakepoint Park. Vaulted ceiling, air conditioning, garage, fenced yard, small creek, RV parking, 55+ community close to beach & parks. MLS®
Dave DeShane 250-558-SOLD(7653)
REFERENCES REQUIRED SERIOUS INQUIRIES ONLY PLEASE
1903 - 31A Street
■ 1 or 2 Bedroom ■ Adult 40+ ■ N/P ■ N/S ■ Balcony ■ Coin Laundry ■ Covered Parking ■ Close to Hospital
Westmount Apts 2 Bdrm Apartment +40 Adult, Secure Building No Pets, No Smoking, Covered Parking, Elevator, Cable Included
250-545-7251 GREEN VALLEY ESTATES Armstrong
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
CAPRI GARDEN ENDERBY RENTALS • Very clean units Very • Security building • Window coverings Reasonable Rent • Fridge / stove
Call to view 250-308-6801
ALEXIS PARK MANOR • Bright 1 and 2 bdrms. • Renovated, Spacious, Air Conditioned Suites • Adult Oriented • Close to Bus • Park-like Settings • Clean, Well-Managed Building
250-549-2770 Discover the Secret!
Hawthorn Lane Renovated condos with private courtyard — enjoy air conditioning and large deck, located in a convenient location right in the heart of Vernon. Affordable family living. In-house manager. Ask about rental incentives. 2 bdrm … $825 per month 3 bdrm … $925 per month To view, please call:
250-503-1257 A New Tradition of Quality Living
1 bdrm avail, East Hill/ Lakeview Manor, hardwood ﬂrs, N/S, N/P. On site laundry, heat incl. Avail immed. 250260-5870 1BDRM downtown, N/S, W/D, cable, Wi-Fi & util/incl. $850, avail. March 1. (250)260-3196 1bdrm quiet convenient location, level private entry near Schubert Center & bus rte. Incl hot water, cable TV, prkg, F/S, N/S, 50+, $620. 250-309-3763 2bdrm, close to DT, reno’d, insuite laundry h/u. $850/mo. 1 month free rent or $400 grocery voucher! 250-549-0440.
Apt/Condo for Rent
Duplex / 4 Plex
Homes for Rent
1-Bed & Bach, bright & clean in a quiet, carefully managed Apartment building on bus route & walk to downtown. incl’s appliances, heat, hot water, cable TV, locker and parking. Also available furnished. N/P, N/S 40+. 250-550-4069 LARGE 2bdrm apt. $800/mo. +hydro, NO PETS, Avail. Now. 250-869-9788 NEWLY RENOVATED with ceramic & laminate, Enderby, 1 & 2 bdrm apartments. 250-308-9299
ONE MONTH FREE RENT 1bdrm, 1bdrm + den, on site managers, f/s, d/w, a/c, balcony, secure prkg, adult oriented on 2 acres of park like setting, n/p, n/s. 250545-5773 or 250-550-0243.
RICKFORD MANOR. 1 & 2bdrm suites, NS, NP, adult bldg. Call 250-545-1412 SILVER STAR (20 mins to Vernon) Cozy Condo 2 bdrm, luxurious, decorated. NS/NP. Apr 5 - Dec 1. $950 internet utils inclusive. 416-702-1298, 416-635-1298. www.salbsilverstar.com SILVER STAR- 3bdrm, 2 bath, Apr 15-Nov 15. Furnished & equipped. $850. inclds utils, cable, internet. 250-517-0602. Spacious 2bdrm condo, 5-appl. + a/c, centrally located, no stairs, ns, np, avail. immed. $950. 250-308-9402 Updated central 2bdrm condo, in-suite w/d, top ﬂoor, view, $875/mo. RR. ONE MONTH FREE! 604-727-1518
Apartment Furnished 1BDRM Suite + loft Silver Star Chalet, fully furnish and equipped. Great spot. Available Apr - Nov. 700/mo incl util. Phone Ken 250-3070370 or email email@example.com
Commercial/ Industrial 2038 FT. COMMERCIAL / INDUSTRIAL SPACE IN NORTH END 9’ X 9’ OVERHEAD DOOR $1495 PER MONTH CALL RAY @ 250-549-0198 COMMERCIAL BUILDING FOR LEASE
9202 Shale Ave. Summerland. 5400 sq. ft x 16 ft high main building + 480 sq. ft. ofﬁce space on 1/2 acre fenced. Additional 3/4 acre available. $3800. p/m incl. triple net + HST Call Allan 250-490-7451 Commercial/Retail space in busy Spallumcheen Industrial Park, 600-1100sq.ft avail. immed. 250-549-0141 FREE RENT! 2 months free w/signing of 3yr rental lease. UP to 4000sq.ft. high exposure retail/commercial space. 250-558-1166. Ofﬁce for rent, busy location, $400/mo. +HST, 500sq.ft incl/util. 5005 24 St. 2nd ﬂoor, Call Susan (250)542-5728
*Apartments * Duplexes * Suites *
1 bdrm 1 bath downtown apartment $585+util 3504 32nd Str Includes FR ST Avail now 1 bdrm 1 bath rural suite Pets considered $750 Incl util 6980 PV Rd Incl Fr St Wa Dr avail now 2 bdrm 1 bath Foothills suite 6720 Foothills Drive $795+util Incl FR ST Available May CONTACT DOUG WILLIAMS 250-260-0198 • email: firstname.lastname@example.org See pictures & maps at FREE Rental List
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2 BEDROOM ½ DUPLEX Close to Downtown Recently updated $1095/m + Utilities
½ DUPLEX FOR RENT Great area, 3 bdrm., 1 bath, $915 plus 2/3 utility, N/S, N/P, references
250-550-0234 3bdrm 1/2 duplex, 2yr old, full bsmnt, parking, Lumby, $1200/mo. 250-550-4396 3-BDRM, 1/2 Duplex, near Fulton, 2 full baths, garage, extra parking, 5appl, ns np $1150 250-503-7273, 250308-1148. 3bdrm, 1bath, N/P, F/S, laundry h/u, ref’s req. Avail imm, $950/mo. +util. (250)545-6962 3bdrm duplex, $900/mo. f/s incl., fenced yard, avail April 1. No dogs. 250-545-9191. 3bdrm duplex in Lumby, 1.5bath, ns, np, avail. April 15, $900/mo. 250-549-1668 4bdrm, 2bath, 2 levels, carport, 20th St., $1150/mo. +util & DD. Call 250-542-9591 Large bright 2br upper suite, f/p, w/d, lots of storage, np, ref’s req. $850/mo. 1606 45 St. Call Heath 250-549-9499
Housesitting LOOKING to housesit, clean, reliable, trustworthy, good w/pets, Ref’s avail. Avail May 1. Marie 250540-5271.
Misc for Rent SHOP FOR LEASE. 5177 Silver Star Road. 480 sq ft, 240V, Gas heat, AC, covered parking, storage. Available 1st May. 250-260-8618
Mobile Homes & Pads IN Lumby, 2-bdrm, gas heat, f/s, w/d, n/p, $750/mo avail. immed. (250)503-7044
Homes for Rent
VERNON MANAGEMENT LTD. 2805 – 35TH Street, Vernon 3 BDRM CONDO / APT. Laminate ﬂoors throughout, FS, DW, ground ﬂoor, quiet, good location. Available Immed. $750/mo. Sorry, NS, NP. ADULT ORIENTED Private 2 bdrm, 2 bath condo, F.S., DW, A/C, on-site laundry, new carpets & paint. Available Immed. $775 $750/mo. Sorry, NS, NP. COLDSTREAM Cute 2 bdrm house across from Coldstream Elementary. Spacious yard, great location & setting, FS, laundry HU. Available April 1. $900/mo. Sorry, NS, small pet okay.
Duplex / 4 Plex
BROOKS LANE Close in 3 bdrm home on OK Lake. CP, F.S., W.D., DW, gas FP, great location on water front. Available Immed until June 30. $1500 $1200/mo. Sorry, NS, NP.
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LAVINGTON HOME PRICED TO SELL. Quiet Cul-de-sac. 2300sq.ft 3+1 BDRM. Lrg fenced yard. RV parking. $419,000. w w w. o k h o m e s e l l e r. c o m #26132. 250-542-6434
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Apt/Condos for Sale 1&2bdrm condo’s, totally renovated, insuite laundry, from $149,900. 250-307-5552
3608 - 25 Avenue, Vernon $825/month + utilities W/D, Fridge & Stove Included No Pets • No Smoking Available February 1st Separate Entrance • Private Yard
250-558-9696 2-bdrm, f/s, w/d, garbage & water incl, $830/mo, n/s, nodogs, April 1, (250)542-5006 2bdrm, lower East Hill, F/P, no smokers, no pets, storage, $925. avail.now.250-549-8424
Homes for Rent
250-542-5580 FULL HOUSE; Newly Reno’d Home, May 15, 4BDRM, 3 FULL BATHS, all appl., pool, energy efﬁcient, on quiet cul-desac, near VSS, $1900/mo. neg. on lease term, small dog ok, ns, must have references. 250-938-3234
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390 sq ft Main ﬂoor New Train Station Ofﬁce/Retail $440/mo incl Tnet Avail now 1854 sq ft Main ﬂr corner unit New Train Stn Ofﬁce/Rest $2165/mo incl Tnet Avail now 1160 sq ft Main ﬂoor Old Train Station Ofﬁce/Retail $1355/mo incl Tnet Avail now 696 sq ft Second ﬂoor Old Train Station Ofﬁce space $725/mo incl Tnet Avail now 7652 sq ft N. Vernon Warehouse/Ofﬁce/Manufacturing $12.00 sq ft incl Tnet Avail now PLUS 5480 sq ft N. Vernon Whse. incl LOADING DOCK $9.00 sq ft incl Tnet Avail now
4 bdrm 2 bath Waterfront home $2000+util 7497 Brooks Lane Fr St incl available April 3 bdrm 2 bath rural main ﬂr with dble garage $1150+util 7318 PV Rd Appl incl Avail April 4 bdrm 2.5 bath Armstrong twnhse $1550+util, 8-2655 PV Rd, Armstong. Appl incl, avail now 4 bdrm 3.5 bath Home with suite $1650+util, 1806 - 32nd St. Includes appl. Avail now
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$1200 PET FRIENDLY EAST HILL HOUSE
Upper 2 bdrm house, in-ground pool, fully fenced. laundry, hardwood ﬂoors, carport, fruit trees. Avail. April 1. 1513 37th Ave. 250-542-4955. Pics at www.vernoncentral.ca
250-309-1742 • Bachelor suite in complex. Shared washrooms, all utilities incl. cable TV. $550 • 2 bdrm smaller home, reno’d inside. Central location. F&S, W&D, pet negotiable. Yard, shed, home is for sale. $850. • 2 bdrm upper suite of home in lower Mission Hill. F+S, W+D, utilities incl., deck, yard. $900
vernonhomes.ca/forrent • 2 bdrm lower suite in Alexis Park. Just renovated, F&S, shared laundry, yard, parking, utilities incl. $1,000 • 2 bdrm new above-ground lower suit, lots of light, Middleton area. 2 very large bdrms, 5 appliances. Looks fantastic, incl. all utilities & internet. $1200. • 2 bdrm townhouse in Arbor Lee (Alexis Park). F&S, dedicated parking stall, no pets. $900
vernonhomes.ca/forrent • 3 bdrm dated home in Lavington. Furnished, short term rental, home is for sale. Very large yard. F&S, W&D, high efﬁciency furnace. Pets OK. Carport. $900. • 3 bdrm townhouse in Arbor Lee, Alexis Park. F&S, W&D, nice layout, good condition. No. pets. $950 1-Fantastic 4bdrm, Silver Star chalet, superb fully furnished & equipped, April 1-Oct 31. $1290/mo. includes all utilities. email@example.com 2-3 BDRM HOUSE on 0.65 acre lot D/T, N/S, $1350/mo + utils. 250-718-0996. 2-Bd house downtown Vernon, fenced yard, $1200/mo. utilities included view at www.arttales.ca or call Sean at 250-306-0959. 2bdrm 1bath townhouse, priv fenced yard, rent incentives, n/s, n/p, avail April/May $925. 250-549-8360, 250-549-8866 2bdrm farm house, large yard, no smokers, Grandview Flats, $1200/mo. 250-546-6811 2bdrm house on farm setting in Lumby. Wood/electric heat, f/s, Avail April 2011. N/drugs. $720 + DD. 250-547-9060 2Suites - 2bdrm 1 bath main ﬂr Lrg deck, fenced yrd. f/s, w/d, Pets neg. Avail April1, $800/ mo. 1bdrm lvl entry bsmnt ste. Pets neg. Lrg fenced yard. F/s, w/d. Avail April 15, $600. 250545-2937, 545-8920 3-bdrm, 2 baths, bright, clean,Walmart area, private yard, laundry, n/s,n/p.$1550. May 1st.1-250-878-4090. 3bdrm, Coldstream, 180° view Kal Lake, $1250 + 60% util.shared laundry, n/p, avail now 250-869- 9788 3bdrm +den, 2bath duplex, quiet street, 5appl, fenced, deck, NS, pets neg. $1300. 250-545-9199. 3bdrm home w/1bdrm inlaw, in Whitevale on .27 acres, salt water pool, possibility of rent to own, 250-547-2583 3 BDRM MAIN, 1 bath, hardwood area. $1050+util. Call Kerri 250-549-1895. 3bdrm mainﬂoor, n/s, n/p, near Courthouse, $850+utils. Avail May 1. 250-558-0933. 3BDRM upper level, w/deck & view, $1200/mo incl/util. +DD Avail Immed. (250)550-4740 3bdrm Walmart area, 2bath, fenced yard, single garage. Avail May 1. Prefer n/p. $1425 + utils. 250-869-9788 4bdrm + den, 2.5 acres w/lake & golf course view in prestigious Stepping Stone estates. 1 in law ste. $2000/mo. Avail April 1. (250)307-5888, 250545-8989 (JJ)
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Homes for Rent
5BDRM, 1.5bath, 5-appls, Avail. Apr. 1, Large Yard, $1200/mo. +util. 604-741-4196 5bdrm, 2living rm, 3bath, big family home. Fully fenced, garage opener, nice area, $1500 + utils, avail now, N/P N/S. Bella Vista Rd. 250-864-2786 Cabin on quiet Coldstream acreage against Kal park, 500 sq.ft., + loft, fully reno’d, n/s, avail April 15th.$800 + util. 250-308-8138. Charming 1914 heritage home, hardwood ﬂoors, 2 bdrm, 1 bath, 5 appliances, non smokers, n/p, Avail May 1. $1,000 plus util 250-503-2445. CLEAN, BRIGHT RANCHER. AVAIL NOW!!! 40 Steps to Lake. 2 bed, sunroom/den, all newer ﬂooring, propane ﬁreplace, large lot, det. garage, laundry room, all appls. Pet neg. Non smoker, Long term preferred. Located in “FINTRY” a quiet lakeside community off Westside Rd. 35 min to the city. $1200, Kristi @ 604862-8039 or firstname.lastname@example.org CUTE 2 BDRM home on 43rd Ave. Pets OK, N/S, lots of prkg big yard. $1000/mo + utils. Avail immed. 250-938-0869. East Hill 5bdrm 2bath, f/s, w/d, 2 sheds, lrg yard, n/s, small pets neg. $1500/mo + utils. (250)545-7615 Enderby 2000sq.ft house in town, 3bdrm, 2bath, priv. yard, large deck, view, $1150/mo. avail. April 1. 250-308-6660 LOCATED IN Armstrong 2 bedroom house walking distance to town and schools. 5 appliances with huge yard, available April 1. D.D. and references required. $950/mo all utilities including internet and cable. Call Donna 546-2962 or 308-1913 Middleton Ridge; 3bdrm up, 2-down, 3bath, $1500/mo. +util. np, ns, 250-549-2770 Mission Hill, 2bdrm hse w/inlaw suite, 5appl, carport, f/p, exc/view, n/s, n/p, Avail April 15. $1300/mo (250)838-9657 Newly reno’d 3bdrm modular in South BX, NS, small pets ok, avail immed., $1100/mo. 250-549-9153.
1bdrm, 6-appl. heated ﬂoors, a/c, cable, internet, util/incl. avail. April 1. N/p, N/s. $800/mo. 250-540-6924 1bdrm $770 incl/util. garage, garden, f/s, w/d, f/p, a/c, ns, pets neg.immed.250-306-8590 1bdrm, Avail now, East Hill, 1 person only, 5-appl., util., cable & internet, ns, np, $750 250-558-4670 1-bdrm daysuite S.S. Mtn. large living area w/futon, sauna/shwr, fully furn. equipp, BBQ, priv/entry, deck, parking $800/mo lv-msg(250)558-2906 1bdrm + den,bright, Armstrong great neighbourhood, sep/entry, incl. laundry & util. avail. Apr. 1. $750. 250-938-4840 1bdrm, f/s, shared laundry, sep/entry & prkg, ns, np, $825 util. cable & internet incl. avail. immed. 250-550-4536 1bdrm ground lvl ste for rent, 3km north of Enderby. $800/mo. (250)540-0118 1bdrm in Coldstream, large suite, laundry, ns, np, sep/entry, avail. immed. $800/mo. incl/util. 250-260-1941 1 bdrm Large bright and clean. Harwood area,laundry,n/s. $700. + share of util 250-5453813 1-BDRM Lwr,Armstrong, Prvt entr, Kitch w Fridge & Stove, Full bath, NS/NP, avail immed $650 incl util 250-503-4535 1BDRM, newly reno’d, semifurnished, NS/NP, $750 util & cable incl 250-309-6340 2bdrm bright, spacious, sep. entry & laundry, ns, np, util, wireless internet, cable incl prkg. $925/mo. 250-307-5901 2bdrm East Hill daylight level entry, ns, np, w/d, f/s, 1 car garage, avail. April 1. $850 incl/util. 250-542-8831 2bdrm nice bright & clean newly reno’d basement suite in East Hill. Brand new appliances, washer & dryer. $850/mo + hydro. 250-542-0995 2bdrm ste in Lavington, 5appls gas f/p, lvl entry, garage & more. $800/mo. Avail April 1. 250-545-0935, 250-558-1083
Motels,Hotels Twin Creeks Motel, Lumby. Newly reno’d, fully furn. affordable rooms for monthly, weekly & daily. Special group rates. Less than 20 min drive from Vernon. Call or email t w i n c r e e k s . r e s e r va t i o n s @ gmail.com 250-547-9221
Ofﬁce/Retail PACKAGED OFFICE SPACE AVAILABLE IMMEDIATELY. ACCESS TO GENERAL OFFICE EQUIPMENT & BOARDROOM. CALL 250-558-1111 TO VIEW. Professional ofﬁce for lease, including parking. Phone 250260-3573.
Rooms for Rent missionbellsmanor.com 55 + home sharing, from $595 1-888-204-6225 ext 6 West Kelowna.
Seasonal Acommodation April-Dec. Silver Star house with 2 suites, 1-800-894-0554 www.silverstarskichalet.com
Senior Assisted Living Abbeyﬁeld House, 250-5423711, Seniors Supportive Living. Home cooked meals.
Shared Accommodation 1BDRM, no-drugs, no-parties, downtown. $450 incl.util. N/P, furniture, cable. 250-549-0644 $500 util/incl. shop & ﬁtness room, must be tidy & 18-24yrs of age. 250-308-4337 Good location, bus, quiet, util, internet, refs, n/s, n/drugs, neg rent. 250-549-7418 / 307-9407 Rooms for Rent-close to town, $375, $425, and $475 + security deposit. (250)308-1147 Share 2-bdrm lower Mission Hill, cable, internet, phone incl. no parties, no drugs, $500/mo (250)308-6468
2 storey House, new ground ﬂoor suite, East Hill Cascade Dr, NS NP, $900 util/int./tv incl. 250-550-4408
3bdrm, modern, daylight suite. Incl; in-ﬂoor heating, H.D. satellite, 4-appl. only 15 min. from town. $975. 250-503-8468. 3bdrm suite, downstairs, garage attached, util/incl. $1100/mo. 250-545-8191 ARMSTRONG 1bdrm suite newly reno’d, $625 incl. basic util. + shared laundry. Suits quiet single, N/P N/S, Ref’s. (250)546-9919 Armstrong/Tolko Mill area, 2bdrm, f/s, w/d, util/incl. suits responsible single. n/s. $700/mo. 250-546-8709 Brand new 2 bdrm East Hill, n/s, n/p. $950 incl util. Avail immed. 250-558-3430. Bright new 2 bdrm, private drive & ent. $950 utils incl. n/s, 2010 35th A. 250-379-2627. Coldstream One Bdrm, Safe, new appl, private laundry, parking, steam/sauna. Utilities inc. No Pets NS $800/month DD / Ref. 250 542 2144 Fully furnished 1bdrm +den, daylight bsmn’t suite, w/d, d/w, util/incl. ns, suitable for profes. single person or couple, avail. May 1, $850. 250-542-0743 Furnished bachelor suite, n/s, n/p,private ent.,Suitable for prof or student. $625 + d.d. After 11am 250-549-2543. Immaculate 2bdrm ground ﬂr suite, near new, laundry rm, 1 car garage, a/c, walk to Walmart, NP, NS, prefer single, $800/mo. incl/util +1/2 mo. DD. Avail. immed. 250-545-8938 Lavington 1bdrm newer suite, w/d, f/s, microwave, sat. tv, internet, n/s, n/p, $750/mo. 250-545-2869 Lower Easthill 2bdrm, 1bath, clean, NP NS, $700. Avail immed. (250)503-7523 Modern furnished 1bdrm,+ ofﬁce, private entry, view, security, prkg, mature adult. n/s, n/p, DD, $850 incl/util (250)558-0374 SHORT/LONG-TERM 1200sqft 1bdrm +den,OK lakeview, fully furnished, priv.entry/ laundry, util/incl. security system, $1000 NS. 250-545-3465 Very attractive new Coldstream 1bdrm walkout, beautiful view, sep. entry, sep. drive, w/d, n/s, d/w, sat. tv, internet, heat in ﬂoor, all incl. avail. April 2/11 $950. 250-260-7043
One bedroom suites available in the Victorian Retirement Residence on beautiful East Hill. All meals, utilities, housekeeping and heavy laundry included in rent. (3306 22nd Street)
WRECKING GM FWD CARS, motors from $250; trannies from $200; doors from $50. All parts on shelf. Since 1994. Armstrong. 250-546-9055.
Cars - Domestic
ARMSTRONG AUTOPLEX 2005 COBALT 2 DR COUPE
Call Tracy at 250 545-0470 to view.
4 cyl, 5 spd, CD, low kms, 119,000 kms
www.victorianvernon.com 1400 sq.ft., executive suite, sep ent.,single garage, own driveway, 2bdrm, 1 1/2 bath, open space kitchen & living area, patio, very private, n/s,n/p. $1200 incl.,util. Avail March 15. 250-558-4941. 2bdrm, close to downtown, quiet adult building, N/S, N/P, $700. 250-558-0305 2bdrm + den, beautiful view, $800 util/incl. Vernon, n/s, n/p, Avail immed. 250-549-5054. 2BR bright, quiet suite on beautiful acreage in Lavington FS, WD, NS, NP, $650 +utils. Avail immed. view at http://Lavsuite.blogspot.com leave msg 250-938-4529 3BDRM 1600sqft, reno’d, lg sunroom w/360 view, 7 min to Dtwn Vernon, w/d, f/s, d/w, 1.5bath, elect. heat, NS, cats ok, $1200 +util. 250-938-8242. 3bdrm Lower East Hill, fenced yard. N/S, cat ok. April 1/May 1. $950 +util. 250-549-2623 Clean & cozy 2bdrm. Lge. private deck with view. $900 incl utils, F/s, w/d, A/C, yard maint. Adult oriented, N/S, N/P. Call 250-545-3845 lv mess. EAST-HILL, Rarely Vacant, adult oriented, bright, spacious 1bdrm, heritage 4plex, h/w ﬂrs, n/s, n/p. R.R $725 inc/util. 250-549-2225, 250-938-1101 Lower Easthill 3bdrm, 1.5-bath, spacious, deck, clean, NP NS, $1100. Avail April 1. (250)503-7523 NEW! 2 bdrm designer suite suit sgle/cple. 2 Bath, large kitchen, priv laundry, entry & parking. Amazing view. N/S, N/P. Close to dntn & hospital. $925/mo. Utils/cable/internet included + metered electrical. May 1/11. Call: 250-938-4357 ﬂora_evans@shaw.ca
2007 MUSTANG CONVERTIBLE 4.0 L / V6, auto, loaded, low kms, 50,000 kms
2000 GMC SAFARI CARGO VAN 4.3 L/V6, auto, 193,000 kms, good clean unit
2007 VW NEW BEETLE CONVERTIBLE 2.5 L, 6 spd, air, loaded
1997 FORD EXPLORER 4X4 XLT 4 dr, loaded, 4.0L/ V6, auto, new tires, 206,000 kms
2001 JEEP YJ 4X4 4 cyl, 5 spd, both tops, good condition, 218,000 kms
Townhouses Modern, clean, 3 bedroom townhouse available May 1st, 2011 rd
Located at 2201 - 53 Avenue, Vernon
$794/month in a family with children oriented complex. References required.
1996 SUBARU OUTBACK ALL WHEEL DRIVE WAGON
4 cyl, auto, loaded, high kms stk#3491 ..........................
1997 JEEP GRAND CHEROKEE 4 dr, V/8, auto, loaded stk#3467 ..........................
1998 HONDA CIVIC
2 dr, coupe, 4 cyl, auto, CD stk#3489 ..........................
1986 CHEVY S-10 PU V/6, auto, canopy
2bdrm, 2baths. New carpet & paint. Avail May 1st. $850/mo N/S, N/P. 778-475-3211 # 7 - 4200 Alexis Park Avenue Vernon, BC Very well maintained 2 level Town House for Rent. 3 bedrooms, 2 1/2 bathrooms Well suited for young families $975 per month. Close to all amenities, downtown Vernon. For viewing please call Claudia @ 1-250-549-3644 or Roger @ 604-254-1049 email - email@example.com REGISTER NOW Saskatoon 55Plus active adult large ground level townhomes www.diamondplace.ca
Auto Accessories/Parts (4) 50% general tires, P205/70R15, $85. 250-5426623 FREE Removal of unwanted vehicles etc. Dead or Alive Auto Recycling. Call Leo (250)550-5245 RE-MANUFACTURED ENGINES 2 Year, 60,000 km, Warranty. 250-542-2685.
Cars - Domestic
Trucks & Vans
2002 Pontiac Montana Van. Navy Blue, Good shape, runs well. $2500.obo (250)8331976 or (250)517-8087
NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND OTHERS Re: The estate of Mary Eldridge Ross, deceased, formerly of 2028 Grandview Avenue, Lumby, BC. Creditors and others having claims against the estate of Mary Eldridge Ross are hereby notiﬁed under section 38 of the Trustee Act that particulars of their claims should be sent to the executor at 3309-16th Street, Vernon, BC V1T 3X5 on or before May 1, 2011, after which date the executor will distribute the estate among the parties entitled to it, having regard to the claims of which the executor then has notice.
2006 Pontiac G5 Coupe, auto, tilt, cruise, air, info centre, aluminum wheels, 57kms, like new, $7250. 250-558-3820 86 VW GTI 1.8L 5 spd. good shape! tinted windows, sunroof, roof rack, comes with 17” mags w/ summer tires and $900 worth of winter tires on factory wheels. Must sell $1600/obo. 250-309-9145.
Cars - Sports & Imports 1997 Toyota Paseo, mint cond. 75,000kms, one owner, 250-545-6528 BEST BUY $6,200 2004 Toyota Matrix XR, 4wd, many extras. Will be sold. 250-542-7381
Commercial Vehicles 1991 International 5ton, 4700 series, 197kms on rebuilt engine, diesel catalyst ﬁlter installed, $8000obo. 250-4938383
Motorcycles 1984 Kawasaki LTD 750, runs great, valves & starter new, good reliable bike, $2500 obo. 250-762-7356 eves. 2005 Heritage Softtail, 15,000 kms,Anniversary model. 250550-0574. 2006 Harley Davidson, softtail deluxe, all options, $14,400. one owner, 250-938-3358 2008 KAWASAKI Vulcan 500 cruiser, 3130kms, exc.cond. like new, easy to handle, great mid-size cruiser, $4975. 250545-1182 2008 KAWASAKI Vulcan 500 cruiser. Very low mileage 3130kms. This bike is in excellent condition - like new. The Vulcan 500 model is easy to handle and a great mid-size cruiser, $4975. 250-545-1181
Recreational/Sale 1990 Ford 24ft Jamboree Motorhome. Rear bed, built in generator & solar panel, newer fridge. Pls call 250-545-5045 or 250-549-0565. Low Mileage asking $15,500 obo. 1993 Catal Coachmen 5 wheel hitch. 30ft long. Exc shape. $6,500 obo. 778-475-0614 2005 21’ Rockwood Lite, w/slide, every option, as new $12,500. 250-542-0285. 2010 40’ Luxury 5th Wheel, 4 slides, wd, dw, a/c, f/p. Sacriﬁce at $39,900. Can be seen in Kelowna. 1-905-691-1035. BOATS, RV DETAILING Truck & Cars. INSTALL HITCHES All vehicles Truck & Trailer Accessories & Parts. Call (250)-769-1945
Scrap Car Removal 1AA SCRAP CAR REMOVAL Min $60 cash for full size vehicles, any cond. 250-899-0460 SCRAP BATTERIES WANTED We buy scrap batteries from cars & trucks & heavy equipment. $4.00 each. Free pick-up anywhere in BC, Minimum 10. Call Toll Free 1.877.334.2288
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1980 Buick Regal 2dr, 107,000k, 305hp, auto, $500 obo. 250-260-5819 1998 Chev Cavalier Z24, 2dr, sunroof, A/C, tinted windows, white, 2-sets of tires on rims, lady driven, great on gas. Good cond $2500. 250-503-1270. 2003 Cavalier 4dr, auto, 110,000k, great cond. $3400. 250-545-4170 2004 Z06 Corvette, 28,000. kms, mint, 39,500. phone 250542-8317. 2005 Hyundai Tuscon. 2 ltr, front wheel drive, AM/FM stereo w/MP3 CD, alloy wheels, anti-lock brakes, power brakes/steering/mirrors/windows/locks. Roof rack, ﬁve doors, tilt steering, 4 wheel disc brakes, electronic stability control, block heater, heated front windshield & heated mirrors. New winter tires, timing belt, windshield & front brakes. Good on gas +/- hwy 30, town 28 m/g. 100,000 kms. EXCELLENT CONDITION, great winter vehicle. New Price: $8900 obo. Call: Cell 250-617-9944
Snowmobiles 1997 Yamaha Phazer, runs great, $1600. 250-307-0157
Sport Utility Vehicle 2000 Ford Expedition XLT, Triton V8, new motor & winter tires , all black, 285,000km, (250)835-8616 2001 Chevy Blazer LT, 4 dr., V-6, auto, new battery, fuel pump, trans. cooler, excellent cond., 143,000km. $5300. 250 503-7812
Trucks & Vans 1984 4x4 Scottsdale 20 350 400 turbo trans, very rusty, lots of extra parts. $925. 250-549-1104 1985 Toyota 4x4 ex cab, ﬂat deck, boat rack, Auto, Too much to list. First $3000 takes it. Phone (250)503-8257 1988 Dodge Dakota, V-6 , auto, long box, mechanically sound. $2,000. 250-260-1816. 1994 2wheel drive, Chevy 3/4 ton pickup. 235KM. Great work truck, runs good. $1700 obo. 250-938-5226 2001 Ford Windstar Sport 144,000kms, loaded, $3500 obo. 250-542-5439
2003 Silverado 2500 Full load, leather, 4dr, ext. cab, 6.0LT. Very good cond., good rubber. $9,600 obo. (250)558-7857 2005 Montana extended, 110KM, very clean cond. $5000 obo. (250)260-5232
Utility Trailers 2007 Snake River dump trailer 80” wide, 12’ long. 2x 6000lbs axles. Tarp, spare tire, heavy duty ramps. $7,200 obo. (250)938-5226. 2006 7x14’ hydraulic Dump Trailer, 26,000lbs axles 10,000 lb capacity, great for hauling heavy machinery, new brakes all around, brand new battery, 3-way back gate, fully serviced last fall by Rossmans RV. $7500 but neg. Need to downsize- will take smaller trailer for partial trade. 778-475-3978
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