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Submitted by Don Beggs:
Happy New Year everyone! Congratulations to our new councilors, mayor and school officials who were chosen by a reasonably good showing of our citizens at the polls. Bravo to those whom marked their choices!
Village Voice has the earnest hope that these leaders will wish to communicate individually and collectively with as many of our citizens as they are able. It is the wish of the organization to encourage that communication without bias,and to ensure that concerns and issues are well understood and addressed by our municipal representatives.
The MISSION is solely to create a vocal organizations to bring issues before our leaders and to promote unity in moving our community towards addressing majority expectations, without disregarding the voice of individuals who might have ideas , opinions, concerns or even grievances, which deserve serious attention, if not enthusiastic action.
• Structuring and electing an executive.
• A plan for interaction with our community agencies, community organizations and elected leaders.
• Agreement on some issues and their possible resolution to be taken to council or school board for direct term attention.
• Gallery representation at council and or School Board meetings.
TIME and PLACE 0f MEETING 7:00pm Chalet -Board Room – Tuesday January 13th 2015Email This Post
Congratulations to our Gold River Midget team for bringing home the Bronze medal this past weekend from their 14 team Nanaimo hockey tournament. Our kids played BEYOND amazing, going undefeated throughout the tournament.
They started off with a bang- winning the first game in a 6-0 shutout.
Second game taking the game with a 6-3 win.
Third game taking a huge lead with a 15-2 win.
Fourth game another great lead with a 7-1 win.
Ending the tournament with an extremely intense game, tying the game 4-4, sending the game into a shootout- with Gold River taking the WIN!
Photo and write up via Cher CrawfordEmail This Post
I was up at Star Lake New Years day and found that someone had been there New Years Eve. The fire they left was hot enough to get started with a little kindling if I had wanted to. I cleaned up the mess they left – Kokanee beer cans handy wipes, etc, but I couldn’t reach the beer cans and the rest of the garbage that they had thrown out on the ice. (What a mess!) My wife and I just moved here in July, and noticed that the people here have such high community pride like my wife and I had where we moved from and now have here in this beautiful area we now call home. I just don’t understand how people can be so disrespectful of one of gods wonderful achievements. I cant help but think of the children that go there,what are we teaching them?
Gerry PimlottEmail This Post