Cheers & Jeers September 28th

Cheers & Jeers September 28th Pioneer

A Huge Cheers to Julia Buttle for doing such a great job organizing the Windermere Fall Fair, Kayja Becker and her fantastic skills and imagination in the Kids Area, Invermere Public Library, Black Star, all our wonderful and helpful volunteers and vendors and to all the visitors who came out to help us have another great Fall Fair. See you next year!

Big Cheers to Julia Buttle and her crew for all the hard work to make a wonderful Windermere Fall Fair!!

Cheers to Victoria Page and the Purcell Mountain Painters for a lovely art show at the Windermere Fall Fair.

Cheers to the community of Invermere on their new hall. It’s a welcome asset to the community and will help support events in the valley for years to come. Cheers to all of those that came out to celebrate.

Cheers to the WES PAC and especially Bridget Atterbury for organizing an incredible carnival! It was well-run, a lot of fun and we hope it turns into an annual event for the Valley. Cheers to the Rockies too for volunteering their time to run the booths.

A big Cheers to H2 Productions for the screening of their delightful movies! Better than some Hollywood productions I have seen lately. Your hard work did not go unnoticed!

Cheers to the Radium Resort Golf Course for the amazing job they did with Kayla and Scott’s wedding. The Venue is a beautiful location for the wedding and all the staff went above and beyond to make sure everything was taken care of right down to the smallest details. The food was amazing and all of our guests were well taken care of.

Cheers to Kimberley Rae Photography & Framing for the unbelievable day spent creating the best memories for Kayla and Scott’s wedding. Kimberley you are amazing at making everybody so at ease and capturing the best of every moment, resulting in the most amazing photos and memories.

Cheers to Invermere Rotary and a special Cheers to Bruce McLaughlin for replacing our tree in the Rotary Garden in Columbia House. The new tree is being admired by all residents, family members and staff. We would also like to send a Cheers to Jack Steedman for his consultation, and to the Rotary for donating the lovely Maple tree.

Cheers to Tammy and staff at Mystic Hair Salon for taking such great care of Kayla and her wedding party’s hair and makeup. You made sure they all looked beautiful for her special day.

Cheers to Hopkins Harvest featuring The Hot Spot for the amazing job they did catering Kayla and Scott’s wedding rehearsal dinner. The food was amazing and the staff was the best as always and all of this at a very difficult time in your life – your dad would be proud. Much appreciated. Matt and staff you are the best.

Cheers to Fun Cakes by Diane for the great cupcakes and wedding cake for Kayla and Scott’s special day. The cupcakes were amazing and the display was gorgeous.

Cheers to RONA, we had been searching and searching for a special lock for our camping trailer, went to many RV places in Alberta and various hardware stores with no success! Until we visited RONA and there it was! Small town shopping ROCKS!

Cheers to Shannon and Doug of Shannon’s Blinds for awesome excellent house call service. We greatly appreciate it.

A great big Cheers to Valley Foods, Sobeys, A&W, Canadian Tire, The Station Neighbourhood Pub, Lambert Kipp Pharmacy, Columbia Valley Rockies, Sleeman’s Brewery, Best Western Invermere Inn, The Three Bears Gift Shop, Nite Frames, The Flemings, and Windermere Valley Golf Course for sponsoring The Royal Canadian Legion’s 2017 Fall Texas Scramble Golf Tournament. Cheers also to Adrian Sealy for taking pictures and monitoring the Hole in One competition.

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