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Invitation to Meeting
(All citizens are welcome.)
There is NO Planned Village Voice MEETING for JANUARY
Wednesday February 14th @7PM Chamber of Commerce Office
The Purpose of Village Voice is to provide an opportunity for citizens to gather in discussion groups to share ideas, concerns and information relative to our community.
The goal is to become an action group, and to actively support and encourage any individual(s) who may be motivated to pursue any project, which might constructively enhance our community.
Our organization generally meets regularly every second Wednesday of each month.
HAPPY VALENTINE DAY!
1) Snow clearance- kudos and concerns.
2) Sidewalk clearance.
3) Village Communications (pamphlets).
4) Weed Control.
5) Village sponsored Friday Night Activities (Community Center).
6) Creation of a seasonal Flea market Or Village Garage sale.
7) Privatization of Gold River.
On Thursday January 12th, 2017 the Nootka Sound RCMP executed a search warrant on a residence in Gold River in relation to an alleged domestic assault. The search warrant yielded two insecure firearms, ammunition and a homemade silencer.
A resident of Gold River had been arrested and remains before the courts on numerous charges including assault, forcible confinement, possession of a prohibited device, unlawful possession of firearms and carless use of firearms.
The male was subsequently held for court on Friday in Campbell River where he was released from custody on numerous strict conditions with a future court
Cst. D.R. (Ryan) Walker
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Friends of Craig Anderson,
Thank-you for your prayers, uplifting thoughts and continued support since our father, Craig, was struck crossing the road on December 20, 2016.
While his first week in the ICU had us facing a grim prognosis he was able to miraculously start holding his own and healing his physical injuries. Since regaining consciousness we have experienced many ‘Craig-isms’ that leave us hopeful he will return to a version of his jovial self.
However, the severity of the brain injury he has sustained will take months, possibly years to heal and only time will reveal how much memory he will regain.
At this time he is not allowed visitors, we ask that his health care workers be given the space required to work. Please hold back delivery of tangible gifts until a later time when he can enjoy them. Words of encouragement can be sent to:
c/o 1661 Fell Street
Victoria, BC V8R4V8
All healing vibes welcomed.
The Anderson Kids