Friday, October 18th
At the Gold River Legion
Prizes & loads of fun!Email This Post to a Friend
The Nootka Sound RCMP is asking the public to please report any cougar sightings immediately.
As soon as you sight the cougar, call 250-283-2227 right away. If it is after hours, stay on the line and follow the instructions to speak to a dispatch agent. He or she will take your information and radio an officer without delay.
The public’s timely assistance is most appreciated in helping with this situation.Email This Post to a Friend
The Gold River Secondary School “India Trip” Students would like to announce the winner of the cruise raffle.
Congratulations to Janeen Frame of Gold River. Have a great time on your cruise, wherever you choose to go.
Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets, your contributions are greatly appreciated.
GRSS India Trip StudentsEmail This Post to a Friend
Gold River Golf General Membership Meeting
Wednesday, October 16, 2013
7:00 p.m. at the Clubhouse
An information meeting to inform the membership of the financial status of the Golf Club. Please come and share your thoughts and ideas.Email This Post to a Friend
The Nootka Sound RCMP have been receiving reports of cougar sightings at various locations throughout town for the past few days.
RCMP have been actively following up with these leads, however some that are being reported are third hand information and often hours after the fact. In a couple of cases, the information was incorrect and misleading.
For example the report of a half eaten deer in a residents yard was nothing more than a pork bone.
RCMP believe there is the possibility that a cougar is still in the area as the members did confirm a sighting on Thursday night in the vacant lot beside the Gold Crest apartments. Conservation has been made fully aware of the situation in our community, and it is their mandate to ensure that this is dealt with. In an emergency situation however, police will act for public safety.
No person in our area has authorization from BC Conservation to use dogs to track or hunt cougars in the Village of Gold River. However, should a viable and timely sighting be reported, BC Conservation has advised that they will return with their hounds.
For now, the RCMP advises the public to use caution when out walking as we live in their environment and need to be respectful of wildlife and safe at the same time.
The Buzz will update if any further information arises. In the meantime please use your common sense and try not to believe the rumour mill. It is understandable for this to be a big topic for discussion, but it can often make things worse and stories escalate quickly.
Please note: I have been advised that Public Skating times have changed. They are now 7:00pn until 8:30pm.
STARTING OCTOBER 11th
PUBLIC SKATING IS NOW
FRIDAYS 7:00 – 8:30 PM
NOTE: The Aquatic Centre and Arena will be Closed Monday, October 14 for ThanksgivingEmail This Post to a Friend
Scentsy has a great line of beautiful and unique gifts for the Scentsy lover on your list! (Or that person you never know what to buy for.)
In addition to the Holiday items and new gift bundles, Scentsy has great gifts other than warmers and scents, such as:
(All buddies come with your choice of scent pack which inserts into the back of the buddy and releases fragrance.)
In addition to the full, mid and plugin size warmers, Scentsy has introduced Element Warmers. They are smaller in size and use a heating element instead of the traditional light bulb to warm the wax.
I will be putting an order in shortly. You can check out all that I have to offer online here – Scents with Kyra – or email me at kyrafiddler [at] gmail [dot] com and I can drop off a catalog and/or scent samples for you to sniff.Email This Post to a Friend
Halloween Dance – Pick a character from the show to dress up as!
Gold River Legion – Friday November 1st
Time: 8:00pm – 1:00am
Lip Sync Prizes
Rocky Horror Picture Show games and movie clipsEmail This Post to a Friend
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