Canada’s 150th Birthday on July 1, 2017 in Gold River
Come and be involved in the CANADA DAY 150 PLANNING COMMITTEE MEETING
WHEN: Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7 pm
WHERE: The Vault in the Village Plaza
WHO: Everyone is welcome
WHAT TO BRING: Your enthusiasm and ideas
More info: 250-283-2357
Dr. Dave MacDonald, will be here in Gold River for all your veterinary needs on the following days:
(Please note these dates are all Thursdays)
~ January 26th
~ February 9th and 23rd
~ March 9th and 23rdEmail This Post
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.
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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~ Please note: The correct address for Craig is 1661 Fell St, not 1660 ~
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:
All healing vibes welcomed.
His name is Decker. He is a large, long-haired cat. He has no collar, but has a tattoo in his ear. He went missing from Alder Crescent on Friday, January 6th. He is scared of nearly everything, and will likely not come close to strangers.
If you see him, please call Susan or Gary Engh at 283-2339Email This Post
We are looking for two part-time front end servers with valid Serving It Right certificates, experience is preferred but we will train. Please drop your resume off at The Ridge.Email This Post
541 EAGLE CRES – This is a must see! Situated on .28 acre lot that backs on to greenbelt. This quaint but spacious 2000+ sqft home has so much to offer. French doors open to a 3 seasons sunroom off the living room, updated kitchen opens on to living room and formal dining room. 2 bedrooms up, remodelled bathroom. Well established B&B downstairs has 2 good sized bedrooms and 2 bathrooms, one with jetted tub for relaxation. Wood stove and electric forced air for heat. A partially covered walkway leading on to the deck takes you right to the main living space making it easy for mobility. All you need to do here is move your belongings in and enjoy all Gold River has to offer.
For more information or to view this listing, please contact Dawn Dakin Century 21 Arbutus Realty, Office: 250-283-7515 ext 202 Cell: 250-203-6512.Email This Post
A HUGE warm fuzzy to my neighbour Brian Konrad for shovelling my driveway not once, but twice!
I’m a horrible neighbour as when they were away for holidays I should have been the one shovelling their driveway, but instead Brian has to come home and do his, and then is nice enough to do mine as well.
Much appreciated Brian – thank you!Email This Post
T H A N K Y O U G O L D R I V E R!
Hopefully, you all had a wonderful Holiday Season filled with laughter and happiness. Both my wife Erika and I wish you all the very best life has to offer for the coming year.
During the month of December I had the pleasant and awesome responsibility to be Santa for the children of Gold River.
Nothing has ever given me more pleasure and happiness than being Santa for the many wonderful children (and adults) I encountered. My first engagement was the “TWILIGHT AT THE PLAZA”. Although it was sparsely attended, my wife Erika, as Santa’s Elf, and I enjoyed ourselves thoroughly. Next came the “SANTA AT THE COMMUNITY CENTRE” event, which had us delivered by Helicopter to the parking lot, where dozens of children and adults were watching Santa’s landing. The short flight over Gold River was simply exhilarating, something my wife and I will not soon forget. Santa also visited during the Christmas party for all Village employees at the “RIDGE” as well as the Children’s Christmas Party for the RCMP and FIRE DEPARTMENT. Next up were all the children at the elementary school and then the “MOWACHAHT/MUCHALAHT FIRST NATION”. The final visit for Santa was at the “SANTA IN THE PLAZA” for two days. This event was sponsored by the local Legion Branch 270, which also contributed a cash donation.
A huge “Thank You” goes out to the many businesses and individuals who helped making this event very successful.
The following businesses and individuals gave generously and enthusiastically to support the event, which, without the strong support, would not have been possible:
The Lodge at Gold River (very generous cash contribution); the new owners of the Plaza, J.T. (cash contribution); the Auto Shop (Ross Allison, cash contribution); Rick at the Lumberyard; Dawn (The Deli); The Gold River Pharmacy; The Treasure Chest; Eagles Wings Restaurant; The Literacy Society; Field’s Dep’t Store; Internet Café; Clayworks Café and Gallery; Super Valu; The Ridge Roadhouse; Straight Grain Inc.; Curb Appeal landscaping services; and last but not least my wife Erika – she not only acted as Santa’s Elf, she also contributed a large sum of cash to make up a shortfall to purchase many toys and sweets, plus she spent countless hours in preparation and planning for the many events. She made a terrific Elf – next year, I have to make her “Mrs. Claus” if she lets me.
Again, Thank You, Gold River, for your generosity, enthusiastic support and participation. Hopefully, we can do it again next year.
Have a successful, healthy, prosperous and very Happy New Year!
Peter Kuhrt and Erika Kuhrt.Email This Post
The RCMP was advised of a cougar sighting in the 400 block of Cedar Crescent yesterday evening and was last seen walking toward Nimpkish Park. Patrols were made but the cougar was not located and the British Columbia Conservation Service has been made aware as well. Further patrols are being made in an attempt to locate the cougar and the RCMP and Conservation Service are asking residents to remain vigilant when out with children and pets.
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