Cheers and Jeers November 9th

Cheers and Jeers November 9th

• A huge Cheers to the young lady who found my wallet on Sunday and returned it to No Frills! Much appreciated!

•Jeers to your new e-addition format. Not even worth trying to nd local news. Very confusing. Liked the old way. Guess I’m just a dinosaur.

•Cheers, Cheers and Cheers to Valley Foods for your excellent service to this community!

•A BIG FAT JEERS to the ridiculous gas prices! Going up over twenty cents in a week?! Highway robbery… literally!

•Cheers to all the kind people of Invermere. I’ve only been in town for a couple of weeks, but am struck by how welcoming everyone is, from the woman who invited me out with her friends after yoga to the strangers who o ered to help me with a heavy load. Much appreciated for making me feel so welcome here!

•Cheers to our school bus drivers who showed up at 4:30 a.m., in all that snow, to try and get our students to WE DAY in Calgary. We stayed safe and didn’t go, but your dedication to our students is amazing!

•CHEERS from the ladies of Edgewater Radium Health Care Aux. to all who supported our ra e. Special CHEERS to winners Robin Torma and to Klara Trescher for her generous donation. Your support enables our good works.

•Cheers to local court cases and the documents that are available to the public. Makes for great reading! Salaries, business ethics and much more.

•Cheers to Josie and Leigha of La Petite Spa for the super manicure and pedicure you gave me. You are both very friendly and excellent at your job. Your new location in Invermere will make you more successful. Keep up the good work.

•Big Cheers to Nanci for being an awesome bus driver and getting us to our Cranbrook tournament safely.

•A huge Cheers to Karen, Renee, Vanya, Stephanie, Jean Luc, Allison, Ted and all the other parent volunteers for an amazing Nordic Halloween Camp. A huge amount of e ort that is much appreciated.

•Cheers to the team at the Interior Health Unit, Bird’s Eye Boutique and Candyland for contributing to our Harry Potter theme and adding some magic to Halloween Muggle Fun.

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