Monthly Archives: May 2012

Okanagan Falls to celebrate in style

Check out this website www.ofwa.ca/Summer-Event/

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Everyone is welcome!

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BC Children’s Hospital Fund raiser Friday

Look for the hot dog BBQ and Pop on Main Street Friday June 1st around the noon hour. Watch for celebrity cooks with all proceeds of the lunch to the BC Children’s Hospital. Location: CIBC Friday

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Babies, and more babies

These pictures from SOSS yesterday for the Roots of Empthy get-to-gether. Census Canada says – the number of babies being born is on the rise. Babies are used in the schools to teach empathy amongst students of all ages. Seems … Continue reading

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Don’t forget – new Sears location in the Oliver Place Mall

New sign on the wall at rear of Mall building with Bonnie Hayes shown helping customer load fridge on truck.

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Cemetery – construction taking place till June 8

Work crews putting finishing touch on first of many concrete strips were headstones will be housed. Project designed to protect headstones and make maintenance easier in the future. Note to Publisher: Cemetery is the correct spelling of the word Cemetery.

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Airport – a place of industry

Busy airport scenes – grass gets cut and helicopter test its gear. Meetings later today on Airport Strategic Plan.

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Oasis to continue to serve

New roof, new look, the sign says it all – renovations in progress. It would appear that new owners are preparing the Oasis for a summer opening with a fresh look.

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Two Oliver locations for local beer on tap

Dale Hyworon on the right and Sid Ruhland beside him – at the Ye Olde Welcome Inn where Firehall Brewery is on tap. Packed house inside and out at the Inn on Wednesday.

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We grow it BIG in Oliver

Picture submitted by Bruce Gartrell Only young asparagus shoots are commonly eaten: once the buds start to open (“ferning out”), the shoots quickly turn woody. Asparagus is low in calories and is very low in sodium. It is a good … Continue reading

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