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    BRITISH COLUMBIA

    ARTSCOUNCIL

    EXHIBITION

    August 14-Sept. 5, 2009RECEPTION WITH ARTISTS

    August 15, 4-6pm

    N I C O L A V A L L E Y C O M M U N I T Y A R T S C O U N C I L

    Paintings by

    Gwayne PointPhotos by

    Chris Neels

    1840 Nicola Ave.

    (250)378-6515

    Supported by

    A Batch of Oscar Wilde's Wit

    A little sincerity is a dangerous thing, and a great deal of it is absolutely fatal. A poet can survive everything but a misprint. A true friend stabs you in the front.

    A thing is not necessarily true because a man dies for it. All women become like their mothers. That is their tragedy. No man does. That's his.

    Always forgive your enemies nothing annoys them so much.

    Please recycle

    S E R V I N G I T U P F R E S H 3 T I M E S A W E E K !

    MONDAY EDITION AUGUST 10, 2009 #1906Our beat is local... our bend, up! The classifieds are free! Box 313, Merritt BC V1K 1B8

    T(250)378-5717 F(250)378-4700 market@uniserve.com http://merrittmorningmarket.wordpress.com

    2001 Voght St. (250)378-5900 www.brookmerevintage.com

    BROOKMERE VINTAGE GALLERY

    Custom framingOriginal artwork& prints at

    Brookmere firePublic is urged to avoid travelling inremote back-country areas

    Yesterday, firefighters managed tohold the Brook Creek fire at an estimated2800 hectares, after it grew from 2100hectares on Saturday. Priorities continueto be Brookmere to the northeast, theCoquihalla to the west, recent fire spreadareas to the east & containment. Coolertemps and higher humidities providedfirefighters with a bit of a break, howevertodays forecast calls for a cold front alongwith wind gusts of up to 50km/hour.

    The number of firefighters battlingthe blaze is now at 162 with crews fromBC, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Alberta andManitoba, with an additional 57 sup-port personnel. There are 9 helicopters& 29 pieces of heavy equipment. Thefire is considered 30% contained, and0% controlled.

    CommunityAdolph family fundraiser

    Mother & Daughter Fashion Show &fundraising events. This is a event forthe whole family. There will be a kidscorner, concession, cake walk, 50/50,raffles, door prizes & guest speakers,including Dr. McLeod. Thurs. Aug. 13,2009 Lower Nicola Indian Band Hall,show starts at 7pm.Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day

    Thurs., Aug. 13 the forecast calls formajor blizzard activity in Merritt the7th annual DQ Miracle Treat Day to bene-fit Children's Miracle Network. TheMerritt Dairy Queen, 3673 DeWolf Way,will donate proceeds from everyBlizzard sold to BC Children's Hospital.BC Ambassador Program

    The BC Ambassador Program corona-tion event will be held at the Merritt CivicCentre August 14-16. Candidates are fromas far away as Revelstoke, Cowichan Lake,White Rock, Williams Lake and every-where in between. Tickets at the door.4th Annual Trevor GrahamMemorial Fundraiser

    Saturday August 15, memorial ride1pm from empty lot beside Grand.Steak dinner 5-9pm Grand Pub & Grill,

    dinner tickets $15. FMI Tammy 378-6206. Moneys goes towards a bursary toa graduating MSS student entering theforestry or trades profession. They willalso be accepting toy donations forMerritt Toy Run, there will be a silentauction, great music & fun times!

    WERE LOOKING FOR

    25 TO 30 BUSINESSESCrafters, web designers and builders and

    more to bridge the gap between

    home-based business and retail storefront

    Storefront start-up opportunity

    If you produce or manufacture a product or

    have a service that you are interested in

    expanding to a storefront location we can

    assist you. Cost share space available from

    100 sq. ft. to 1000 sq. ft. (all inclusive),

    business license included.

    DONT HESITATE TO CALL

    Deanne Parise Economic Development Officer

    Mae Ketter: Economic Development AssistantCFDC Economic Development Office

    250-378-3923

    2099 Quilchena Ave. www.www.cfdcnv.com

    Celebration of LifeDinner & Show in Memory of ElvisSponsored by the Merritt Desert Inn & hosted by

    the Merritt BC "Elvis Presley" Fan Club

    Saturday, August 22nd~ with Elvis tribute artist ~

    JEFF BODNER & APPALOOSAHelp the cause & enjoy the evening!

    Tickets: Merritt Desert Inn250-378-2254 ~More info,contact E.P. Fan Club Pres.

    Dolly Jackson 250-378-4710

    Everyone Welcome!

    Fundraiser for the"Patients'

    TransportationProgram" Nicola

    Valley Health Centre

    Ticketsavailable at theMerritt Desert

    Inn

    http://merrittmorningmarket.wordpress.com

    classified deadlines:

    10am Sun. Tues. thurs.

    garage sale deadline: Thurs. 12pm

    to get on the current garage sale

    email list: email us

    Let us know what your think of our new website!

    Tel 378-5717 Fax 378-4700 Email market@uniserve.com

    Hwy 5A, 20km N. of Merritt www.quilchena.com

    QUILCHENA STOREOPEN 7 DAYS 378-2753 store@quilchena.com

    A new orderof turquoise& silver

    bracelets & pendantshas arrived!

    OPENSUN THURS

    8AM TO 6:30PM

    FRI & SAT

    8AM-8PM

    TRUCKLOAD SALE

    COMPOSTWednesdays & Saturdays

    10am - 12noonAirport Rd. at the yellow gate

    YOUR LAWN & GARDEN WILL LOVE IT

    Slowly Releases Fertilizing

    Nutrients Into The Soil

    Increases Water Retention

    Weed Free Bark Mulch

    Locally Produced

    Finely screened compost for fill

    250-315-4932

    Also available at

    HOME HARDWARE(bucket full or truck full)

    Railyard Mall 378-2266

    Your

    With More

    AriesMarch 21- April 19

    Friends remind you of yourgoals & help you make themactually happen. You are givena fresh boost to your hopes ifyou simply listen to what theyhave to say.

    CancerJune 21 -July 22

    Many sources of inspiration areopen to you if you tune into theflow of energy around you.Getting more involved with oth-ers helps you engage with pos-itive forward thinking.

    LibraSept 23 -

    Oct 22Your creative juices flow allow them to be expressed asyou seek the outlets for yourperception and description. Bigbold ventures have a chance toget off the ground now.

    CapricornDec 22 -Jan 19

    You are able to supply servic-es or goods that are in deman-dand cash in on your talents,

    skills and abilities. They aremuch needed by some whocross your path.

    VirgoAug 23 -Sept 22

    Doing your part for the com-munity will be uplifting as youdiscover the joys of workingon shared aims that take youout of your narrow range ofpreoccupations.

    SagittariusNov 22 -Dec 21

    There are exciting & provoca-tive people on the local scenewho can make you look again

    at your assumptions and waysof thinking and acting. Theinternet is a rich source of info.

    PiscesFeb 19 -Mar 20

    You have informed perceptionsabout life & people, which youshould express. Few have your

    grasp of the underlying princi-ples at work in everydayencounters.

    GeminiMay 21 -June 20

    Your view of your values &beliefs is boosted by tuning intoinspiring sources of upliftment,be they music, philosophy orsimply encounters with artisticproductions.

    TaurusApril 20 -May 20

    You can make an impact withwhat you do, especially if youstay true to your vision, andthen don't worry about whatothers may think

    LeoJuly 23 -Aug 22

    You can learn from others &how they handled situations likeyou are now encountering. Youcan gain understanding fromwhat people tell you when youare close to them.

    ScorpioOct. 23 -Nov 21

    Getting in touch with your rootsand values give you a boost asyou seek to build on what youhave achieved. You can cashin your assets if you want to.

    AquariusJan 20 -Feb 18

    Finding outlets for your talents& interests is easier when yourelax and let your thoughts, per-

    ceptions and abilities speak forthemselves.

    his Weeks HoroscopeT

    SPACE FOR YOUR AD

    Tel 378-5717 fax 378-4700

    market@uniserve.com

    Down UnderShampoo, Conditioner or

    Styling Aids

    $299Blacks Pharmacy2037 Quilchena Ave. 378-2155

    with store coupon

    Nico (Nick) BartEisinga

    April 13, 1949 - July 19, 2009It is with great sadness that we

    announce the passing of our husband,father, grandfather and brother, NickEisinga, on July 19, 2009 after a short stayin hospital. He will be lovingly remem-

    bered by his wife June, daughters Tammy(Bob) Hale of Lillooet; Jeanette (Mike)Matthias of Merritt; son Ian (Debra)Eisinga of Merritt. He will be missed also

    by his brothers Rieks Polmans and Jack(Mavis) Polmans both of Merritt.Grandchildren: Derrick Matthias, BradMatthias, Bobby Hale, Alex Hale, JeremyEisinga and Tyler Eisinga. StepGrandchildren Natasha Matthias, Sheri-Ann Matthias; 4 Great Grandchildren,along with family in Holland. Missinghim also are June's brothers and sistersand numerous nieces and nephews. Nickwas predeceased by his father, Jan (1997)and mother Louwina (2008) and his

    brother Cor Polmans (2003).Nick was born in Holland and

    came to Canada in 1952, first living inCoaldale, Alberta before moving toMerritt that same year. Nick moved to100 Mile House to work and there hemet June. They lived in several townsin the Cariboo before moving back toMerritt to raise their family.

    A Celebration of Life will be heldSat., August 15, 2009, at Trinity UnitedChurch, 1899 Quilchena Ave., at 2pm.

    In lieu of flowers donations may bemade in Nick's memory to theArthritis Society of BC, #200-1645,West 7th Ave, Vancouver, BC V6J 1S4.

    OFFICE 378-2821 PUB 378-5711RESTAURANT 378-4543 BEER/WINE 378-8859

    AUG. 13, 14 & 15 Texas HoldemWed., 7pm

    We do STEAK

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