Monthly Archives: May 2020

Flashback

This morning Bernie sent me a photo of a field ripe for weeding or picking not sure but only one person working that much land. Bernard Bedard is a wonderful photographer of what ever is around him Let’s us head … Continue reading

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Get up and go…….!!

This flowering bush in Triangle Park It is the official plant of what Province? I suspect we might have a few answers – so to make it interesting – will you be the 11th reader to inform me of the … Continue reading

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Food bank to return to weekly distributions in June

OLIVER FOOD BANK wishes to advise that effective June 10, we will be moving back to the previous schedule of weekly distributions except for weeks that income assistance cheques are received. June distribution dates will be Wednesday, June 10, 17 … Continue reading

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By Johanne Smith

Oliver Curling Club 50th Anniversary History The story continues November 1970 saw the official ribbon cutting ceremony was held with many dignitaries from neighboring clubs in attendance.  This was the kick-off to the first Mixed Bonspiel with 40 teams in … Continue reading

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by Bernard Bedard

In need of workers

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by Roy Wood

Pandemic irony and other random notes The great irony emerging from the Covid-19 pandemic is that the strong measures that were taken have worked as intended to limit the devastation of the virus, and those who said the crisis was … Continue reading

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Hail,rain, winds, thunder – all possible tonight

Conditions are favourable for the development of severe thunderstorms that may be capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain. Strong thunderstorms will develop over Fraser Canyon north, South Thompson, Nicola and Similkameen this afternoon. Heavy downpours … Continue reading

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On the Sunny Side

Be Still, My Soul In the fall of 1961 my sister, Freda, was on a bus to Briercrest Bible Institute, at Caronport, SK for her third and final winter there. She was reading Psalm 46. Verses 1 and 10 stood … Continue reading

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dog wood

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Down the aisle

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