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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to Daniel, Thomas, Scott, Hermann and Wayne for all your help at the Wilmer garage sales. Very much appreciated.

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2014, October 31, 2014

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Friday, October 31st
• 8 a.m.: The Rocky Mountain Rally returns to Invermere. Some of the best off-road drivers in North America come to Invermere for this exciting event. For information visit rockymountainrally.com or Facebook.
• 12 p.m.: Soup lunch at the Edgewater Legion. $6. Last Friday of each month.
• 4 p.m.: Zombie Walk. Meet at Pot Hole Park, shuffle to the Station Pub. Free for all ages. Prizes for best zombie costume.
• 6 – 8:30 p.m.: Booktacular Fright Night at the Invermere Public Library. Drop-in for tricks and treats, …

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2014, October 31 – Online edition

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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to the politicians who stand-up against Jumbo!

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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


Belated Cheers to Dee and Karen, and anyone else I missed, for all their help at the Pasta Dinner and Jeers to me for forgetting to name them in the Thank You ad.

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Concentrator on Columbia

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Lenni (left) and Masha (right) Stich’s antics for the camera make mom Tomaz break out in laughter at Invermere’s Monster Mash Dash event on Saturday, October 25th. 
Photo by Dan Walton

Hippy Halloween!

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RCMP sergeant supported

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Editor’s note: District of Invermere councillor Paul Denchuk’s Letter to the Editor in the October 17th Pioneer and the ensuing response by Columbia Valley RCMP Staff Sergeant Marko Shehovac in last week’s October 24th Pioneer generated the following letters on the topic of RCMP presence in the Jumbo Valley.
(1) Dear Editor:
Councillor Paul’s letter complaining about RCMP’s presence at Jumbo is pretty strange as it’s the only obvious place they should expect trouble, besides closing time of the bars. Perhaps he was unaware of the illegal road blockade by Jumbo protesters …

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Jeers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to those who put on displays of gruesome death on Halloween.

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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to Pam and her fun and fabulous committee (Kathy, Nancy, Mary, Louise, Pat, Merry, Baiba and Rich) for making the Wilmer garage sales such a success. All of your efforts and hard work is greatly appreciated!

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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to my wonderful wife, family and friends for a special 65th.

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Cheers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to Dr. Pat O’Sullivan, Georgette, Yvonne, Heather and everyone else at the office. You are always so kind and all have a great sense of humor! You make going to the dentist almost enjoyable.

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Jeers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to the person who thinks that Paul Denchuk and Deirdre Hamstead speak for the majority in their opposition of the Jumbo project. In all likelihood, you are either against Jumbo, or indifferent. We proponents are not a vocal bunch, but we actually exist.

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Jeers

Posted on October 31st, 2014 by


to the Windermere Valley Musicians Who Care for using the Cheers and Jeers section to promote their CD release party Saturday Nov 1, 7 p.m. at Pynelogs … tickets available at Tiffany’s Thredz.

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Cheers

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and a warm fuzzy to our daughter Melissa Lochhead and to Megan Jones for putting together the Lululemon yoga and trunk show event. You ladies did an awesome job! And a big Cheers to the team at Defining Yoga and our dj Ken. Great turnout.

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Henrik Regitnig

Local teenager lives out soccer dream in England

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by


By Steve Hubrecht
Pioneer Staff
An Invermere teenager is living out his athletic dream, trying out with three top-flight English soccer clubs this month.
Henrik Regitnig has been spending a week to a week and a half training with each of the U18 squads of Aston Villa, Ipswich and Crystal Palace in the U.K. this October, a program arranged by the goalkeeping academy in Vancouver that Henrik has been attending for more than a year.
“I grew up living in a small town — Invermere — and I’ve always dreamed of making something out …

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Cheers

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by


to Steve the chimney cleaner! One phone call and my chimney was cleaned the next day. And wow! What service! So grateful.

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The efforts of more than 25 volunteers this past weekend helped Wildsight’s Lake Enid Restoration Project reach another milestone. As of Sunday, October 19th, the 150-metre long boardwalk at the southeast side of the lake is now finished.  Photo by Pat Morrow

LAKE ENID EVOLVES

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Cheers

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by


22 BIG CHEERS to Steve and Audrey from the Local View Printing for their generous donation of colorful papers to the Kindergarten Grade 1 class at EMP. The jazzy papers you shared with us have made crafting so much more fun.

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Cheers

Posted on October 24th, 2014 by


to Peter Dyson for stopping and helping EMP kids get past the local wildlife. Jeers to the deers!

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