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COMMUNITY EVENTS & ANNOUNCEMENTS THE HAZELTON'S
September 15/2017 Phone 842-4143 or email: email@example.com Box 191 New Hazelton, BC V0J 2J0 View us online: www.BulkleyBrowser.ca THE DEADLINE for free classified ads is every Tuesday 5pm FREE!
Senden’s Farm is open! Come check out fresh picked vegetables Thursdays 10-4:30pm. Taking bulk orders for cabbage & garlic 842-2284 firstname.lastname@example.org Welcome to Hospital Auxiliaries from the northwest area & BCAHA Vice President from Lake Cowichan to Hazelton`s Wrinch Memorial Hospital Auxiliary confer- ence taking place September 15, 16, & 17th. Thank you for attending & we hope you have a great time. Enjoy our beautiful town and area. Hazelton Hops Hootenanny at Bulkley Canyon Ranch, Sat Sept 16 & Sun Sept 17. Presented the Permaculture Farm Festival Club, two days of work- shops, live music, craft beer sampling & general good- ness. On-site camping. Humans under 15 by donation. See www.hazeltonhops.com for full program & more info. Thanks for your support! Hazelton Free Range Writers’ Group first meeting of the fall Monday, September 18, 7pm in the activity room of Roche View Lodge. We meet the first & third Monday of each month, new members are welcome. Terry Fox Run at NWCC Hazelton Campus Sunday September 17. Registration opens at 9am. Run/Walk starts 10:00am Come out & support Cancer Research! info call Doug Donaldson MLA Office 250-842-6338 Week 3 of the Reading Challenge. "Clearing the Plains - the Politics of Disease, Starvation and the Loss of Aboriginal Life" by James Daschuk. This book sets out to identify the roots of the current health dis- parity between Indigenous & mainstream populations & examines how the roles that disease, climate, racism & the politics of ethnocide have shaped government policies from John A. MacDonald into the 20th century, continuing to this day. This is a clearly written, well researched and disturbing account of the removal of Nations that stood in the way of the National Dream. A must read! Yookw Dep S'amhl Walla Hlo'imph : Improving our Walk The first of three fun, cultural learning sessions will be Sept. 22 at Hazelton Secondary School 10-3 Registration begins at 9am, early bird prizes will be drawn. Everyone welcome. A traditional meal will be served. Featuring workshops with knowledge holders on various topics. email@example.com to pre- register/ info. Hosted by 15 community organizations. The Hazelton Community Concert Band begins rehearsals Sunday, Sept. 24 & every Sunday evening at 7PM. We use the upstairs of the Mtn View United Church next to Wrinch Hospital. If you’ve played an instrument Trumpet, Clarinet, Saxophone, Flute, Tuba, Trombone, Horn, Drums etc. Dust it off & join in good music, fun & fellowship. New members are welcome. Misty Rivers Community Arts Council AGM Monday Sept. 25 6:30pm in the Meeting Place, N Hazelton. We need to decide if the Council is still viable. We have opportunities for a new gallery. Your attendance is important & new members are always welcome. Gwynne Dyer will be speaking at Hazelton Secondary Sept. 26, 10:15 -11:30. “Trump Era: Surviving the Populist Wave”. Open to the public. By Donation. The mobile mammogram clinic will be in Kitwanga at the Kitwanga Rec Centre October 11. Call 1-800-663- 9203 to make your appointment. It is fast and simple. The life you save may be your own.
Accounting on Broadway P.O. Box 5011, #2-3752 Broadway Ave Smithers, BC V0J 2N0 YES, WE ARE OPEN YEAR ROUND! FOR ALL YOUR TAX NEEDS ! FOR ALL YOUR ACCOUNTING NEEDS ! Barbara 250-847-0744 firstname.lastname@example.org Brigita 250-643-2346 email@example.com
NEW FALL HOURS Monday to Saturday 5pm to 9pm We are closed for lunch now CLOSED: Sunday & Stat Holidays Kitchen closes at 8:30pm Phone: 250-842-6654 Find us on Facebook & Trip Advisor ROOM FOR RENT—SMITHERS Starting at $795 month Bachelor and one bedroom suites Full kitchen facilities—Too Wifi, cable & utilities included ref required Call Terry 778-210-1703 Hazelton Campus (250) 842-5291 Traffic Control Flagging Oct 2-3 Occupational First Aid Level 1 Oct 20 Transportation Endorsement Oct 21 *NEW* Mental Health First Aid Oct 26-27 Smithers Campus (250) 847-4461 Occupational First Aid Level 1 Sept 23 Food safe Level 1 Sept 25 PAL Firearms (Non Restricted) Sept 30/Oct 1 N O R T HW E S T C OMMU N I T Y C O L L E G E
Vet to Pet Mobile Service Dr. Kim Hunter Serving your pets in the Bulkley Valley since l986 Now offering Dentistry: "Every month is Dental Health month"
Stationed by Red Apple-New Hazelton most Fridays and in Smithers at Par3 Golf Course
just East of town NEW NUMBER: Call or Text: 778-210-1883
Toll Free: 1-844-620-PETS (7387) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Certified First Aid/Safety Training, Services, Equipment and Supplies Smithers owned and operated, Supporting Aboriginal Initiatives and remote locations Canada Safety Council Certified Instructor ATV (Quad) / UTV / Snowmobile / Defensive Driving NEW: Construction Safety Officer Services Contact: Norma Jean Adzich - CSO O: 250-847-4657 C: 778-210-0669 email@example.com Check out our website for further information: www.polarridgeresources.ca
QUICK EATS Local Burgers & Home Fries Fish & Chips Wednesday to Saturday: Noon –7pm Riverside Park, Telkwa, BC
Hazelton Gravel Products LOWEST PRICES GUARANTEED Proud member of the community since 1969 250-842-8253 Rob Snider
Gravel Business & Equipment FOR LEASE
Gravel Business & Equipment FOR LEASE
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