Cheers & Jeers August 8th

Highs and lows in the Valley this week

Cheers to the women from Fields who turned in my iPad to the Bank of Montreal. Much appreciated!

Three Big Cheers to Tim at our Telus store. Your help and guidance with a technology problem is greatly appreciated. More reason to support our local businesses.

A huge Cheers to Tim and Jaye at Selkirk Cellular for handling our recent Telus contract renewals. We were so impressed with your product knowledge, advice and set up assistance. You made renewing all our contracts a breeze!

Cheers to Mike T. for the gift of a leaf blower and mulch. Your thoughtfulness and generosity are much appreciated!

The biggest Cheers to all who donated to my medical cancer call for help at go fund me. Twyla Foran, Pricilla Cooper, My dear mum Betty Sampson, my sis Audrey Sexsmith, Tracy Flynn, Jennifer Gare, David Sheedy, France and Keith Andestad, David Read, Brent Woodward, Bruce Marin, Sherri Cline, and Angelina Haynes. Once again Biggest Cheers to you all. It is great to be a part of this caring and beautiful valley.

Cheers to Woody’s Plumbing for the excellent service you give to us. You return phone calls (even on a holiday weekend), and follow-up with a visit to our home to check on the problem. For sure, you are the best plumbers in the Valley.

CHEERS to my husband, and Brandon of Fairmont Jewelers for designing and crafting the beautiful ring that my husband gave me on our 50th Anniversary. It is truly one of a kind.

Cheers to our community creative knitters, who make little beanies and toques for our babies at the Health Unit. We appreciate your hard work and care for the children of the Valley.

Cheers to Eric at Valley Foods for helping a senior citizen not one but two Fridays in a row. You took time out of your day and away from your job to help someone who needed it. It was appreciated!

Huge cheers to Jay Lightfoot for dropping his tools Friday morning and immediately coming to rescue the umbrella that Mary Poppins dropped on the roof of our building!

Jeers to the owner of the home on the Ridge in Lakeview Meadows who had a noisy party on Sunday night. You ruined a beautiful evening for the Residence of Lakeview Meadows and Timber Ridge with your extra loud music from your DJ. Your ignorance does not go unnoticed.

Cheers to all the awesome BC coal trains that come through every day to bring that great BC coal to the west coast. Largest coal export area on the whole coast. CLEAN & GREEN!

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