Enough is enough! Snow, that is. I’m still in winter. But that expression is used by the “March for your Life” organizers who drew out hundreds of thousands to talk about guns in America. If you haven’t seen it, I recommend you find it on your computer. Its inspiring and gives us hope that maybe the youth of today can change the world of tomorrow. Amazing, articulate teenagers (and younger).
Free Stuff – We have sold our house in New Denver and have to remove the following items before the new owners take possession: Rocker Chair, Double bed (mattress, box spring and frame), Queen bed (mattress, box spring and frame), 3-wheeled wheel barrow. Contact Colin Moss at 358.2561 to arrange viewing. Bob & Karen Dubreuil, Pinawa Mb.
FOR SALE: Sofa Bed This sofa with soft brown fabric in good condition makes up into a queen size bed $200. Kay 358 7991 after April 4.
KOHAN GARDEN SPRING CLEAN-UP One of the first signs of Spring is the Kohan Garden Clean-up, scheduled this year on APRIL 7th & 8th. Join family and friends, any time between 9 am and 4 pm. Help spruce up the Garden for another beautiful summer season. Bring a rake and gloves. Free lunch and beverages. Door prizes.
For Sale: New with tag, size medium, with removable snowskirt, activeTherm, colour beet red, can fit adults and teenagers as well. they are awesome pants but they do not fit me and i can’t return them. New $ 145 plus tax, will sell for $120. call 250.777.1569
Rafael of Rafael’s specialty foods is back from his travels in Colombia and once again supplying Rutabaga’s with fresh, uncooked Pico de Gallo salsa and Organic Hummus. Same fair prices and great taste. Enjoy !!!.
RENTAL SWEET RENTAL: The perfect tenant for your small house/cottage. Retired, single woman, non-smoker, no pets, long-time New Denver resident, seeks long-term rental. Current rental ends May 31/18. Excellent references. 250-358-7711
New Denver Hospice Presents: Conversations with the Dying with Therese DesCamp Wednesday April 25th. 7 pm At the Knox Hall. Admission by donation
The Hidden Garden Gallery (www.hiddengardengallery.ca) hosts a Food for Thought talk Sunday, April 8, at Knox Hall in New Denver, at 7:30.
Admission by donation to benefit the Gallery.
Deborah Sword presents: ”Managing Conflict Better” : If you’ve had a problem with someone, have you asked yourself: “What could I have done differently?” or “Why do I keep making mistakes that get me into conflict?” or “When will I learn the lessons I need to deal with conflicts?”
Everyone offends someone sometime, often unintentionally. While conflicts will happen, managing them better is a goal within reach.
In this interactive session we’ll examine what Goldilocks and the Three Bears demonstrate about what limits our conflict strategies, and how to overcome those limits to be more conflict competent.
Most of Deborah’s career has been in conflict management and she still loves the work. She started with a masters degree in Environmental Dispute Resolution, (let’s get this resolved). From there, she moved to Conflict Management, (let’s be more conflict competent now and the future). For her doctorate, she studied Conflict Analysis, (let’s ask better questions about the heart of conflict, analyze earlier, and delve deeper). Deborah has convened thousands of innovative conflict management processes, locally and internationally, has taught conflict studies at universities and privately, and trained Boards of Directors in effective governance. She’s active as a writer, researcher, trainer, coach, and keynote speaker. An active volunteer, she served on the Boards of Directors of numerous environmental and peace organizations
BEREAVEMENT JOURNAL PROGRAM (6 weeks) March 28 – May 2, 2018 Wednesday (10 am-1 pm) Arrow Lakes Alliance Church, Nakusp
This bereavement program sponsored by the Nakusp Hospice Society is modeled after the successful program developed by Susan Breiddal of Victoria Hospice Society. Facilitators Sue Mistretta, M.A. (Silverton) and Alice Watson, M.E.d. (Burton) will provide a safe, supportive & confidential space for participants to explore their grief and to discover a healing journey which cultivates compassion and acceptance for the array of intense feelings & confusing thoughts experienced through loss. The program is open to anyone who is going through a grieving process after losing someone close to them, whether the loss is recent or in the distant past. We will explore grief through writing exercises (journaling), collage and other simple art processes. Participants will learn hands-on skills for dealing with life after loss and working through difficult emotions. No experience in writing or art is needed. Participants in past workshops have found this workshop highly beneficial to their understanding of the grief process and with adapting to life after loss. PROGRAM FEE: $35.00 (All materials are provided). Registration Deadline March 23. For more info contact Sue @ 358-2177 (opt 2) firstname.lastname@example.org
IT’S TAX RETURN TIME! Time to gather your papers! Let me take care of all those pesky receipts and government forms. Netfiling opened this year on Feb 26th! YES, still 20% more affordable than the competition!
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HAIRCUTS, call Nadine Stefan at (250) 551-5959
Kootenay Kustoms is located in three forks just above the Sandon road. We specialize in tire sales and repair, winter and summer, quad and specialty. We also supply and install truck and car accessories and perform routine maintenance on all vehicles. We stock oil and a wide range of automobile oil filters among other things. Please call for appointments and to discuss any needs or services you require. We look forward to speaking with you. We originated from building custom vehicles, so we will take on projects.
Richard Horrill Phone-250-358-2121 Emailfirstname.lastname@example.org