May 20 - Enderby and District Chamber of Commerce by wuyunyi


									                        Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce
                               P.O. Box 1000, Enderby, BC V0E 1V0
                           Telephone: 250-838-6727 | Fax: 250-838-0123

                                           NEWSLETTER – May 20, 2011

                                                    Table of Contents

       Welcome to Our 2011 Members .......................................................................... 1
       Business News .................................................................................................... 1
       Business and Community .................................................................................... 3
       Chamber Action................................................................................................... 5
       Business and Career Opportunities ..................................................................... 6
       Public Notices...................................................................................................... 7
       Warren’s Safety Tip of the Month ........................................................................ 7
       Recreation ........................................................................................................... 8
       Mark Your Calendar ............................................................................................ 9
       Member Benefits ............................................................................................... 10
       Contact Us ........................................................................................................ 11

Welcome to our renewing members: By The Numbers Bookkeeping, Freshstart Internet
Solutions, Gerlib’s Mini Storage, Grant’s Tacklebox, BC Log Design, and Baird Bros.

Welcome to our new members: Pure Graphics, Red Wing Acre’s Bed & Breakfast, and Loving
Care on Wheels.

Remember, you can view contact information, including website addresses, for all of our
members on our searchable web directory.

B.C. 4-H Launches Lottery Sponsored by PrairieCoast Equipment
B.C. 4-H is very pleased to announce the new 2011 Lotteries, each with a Grand Prize of a
John Deere TX GATOR, both generously donated by PrairieCoast Equipment. The TXGator is
great for those with small acreages, hobby farms, large farming operations, big backyards,
backwoods enthusiasts, or fans of John Deere anything!

Contact your local 4‐H Club to purchase tickets or for more information about B.C. 4‐H, this
lottery, and the Rules of Play. Or visit or call 1‐866‐776‐0373. Tickets are

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$5.00 each and went on sale May 6, 2011. The draw date is Saturday, November 5, 2011 and
the draw location will be PrairieCoast Equipment, 339 Sumas Way, Abbotsford BC.

Case Furniture Preparing for Website Re-Launch
Case Furniture in Enderby is building new website and it’s coming soon! Watch for it at

Community Futures Manager Transition
Community Futures North Okanagan has announced that Jane Lister has accepted the position
of North Okanagan regional dean for Okanagan College in June. Replacing Lister will be Norm
Metcalf, who has served Community Futures North Okanagan in a variety of senior
management roles over the past decade. The Enderby Chamber bids a fond farewell and warm
welcome to Jane and Norm.

Enderby & District Credit Union
Honours Departing Director and
Welcomes a New Face
Enderby & District Credit Union wrapped up its 63rd
annual general meeting on Tuesday, April 26 with a
tribute to long-time board of directors member,
Janette Clark. Ms. Clark had been a member of the
board for the past 11 years, and was highly
regarded as an active and positive member of the
board’s investment and lending committee.

“To have been a director of a cooperative financial institution has been a remarkable
experience,” described Ms. Clark. “Over the last 11 years, the board, management and staff
have had many accomplishments. We have seen our assets swell to $55 million from $32
million; the credit union has gone through an extensive building renovation as well as a recent
rebranding. I know that Enderby & District Credit Union will continue to prosper and serve our
community in a leadership role.” EDCU members elected and welcomed new board member,
Melanie King, owner of Mainstreet Pizza in Enderby.

Green Croft Gardens Update
As the weather gets warmer at Green Croft Gardens, things are starting to pick up! Lettuce mix,
Asian greens, peas, broad beans, arugula, and strawberries have been transplanted. Potatoes,
cabbage, and onions are currently being planted. In the greenhouse, three thousand celery
plants are been transplanted along with lots of peppers and tomatoes. This week the first
radishes are being harvested. To catch up on everything Green Croft Gardens, check out its
Facebook fan page.

Hungry Jacks Wins 5 Okanagan Life Awards
Hungry Jacks brought 5 awards back to Enderby in the 2011 Okanagan Life Best Restaurant
Awards. They received awards for Service, Burger, Cup of Tea, Vegetarian, and Veggie Burger.

To check out Hungry Jacks breakfast and lunch menu visit

Mabel Lake Farms
Mabel Lake Farms coffee shop will be opening on May 21! The hours of operation will be
weekends and statutory holidays only through May and June from 10am to 5pm. They will be
opening seven days a week through July and August from 10am to 5pm as well. Mabel Lake

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Farms has a great variety of blueberries, homemade baking, fresh fruit smoothies, a coffee
shop, and daily lunch specials. Visit for more information.

Mainstreet Pizza Shamrock Season Tickets Winner
Congratulations to Ruth Ginther, who won season tickets to Shamrock Lacrosse in a Mainstreet
Pizza contest.

Mainstreet Pizza’s basic online ordering is up and running - visit and
click on "Order Now." More menu items will be added over time.

NorVal Computers Delivers During Highway Construction
During the highway construction, NorVal Computers offers free delivery to local businesses and
community members to make it easier and more convenient to fulfill your computer and
technology needs.

NorVal carries items that tourists will find useful, such as cell phone/iPod chargers, memory
cards for phone and digital cameras.

Check out the array of merchandise for Grad, Fathers Day, or for yourself at 614 Cliff Avenue
Enderby, BC or

Pure Graphics Local Print and Design Shop
Becky Shuert, owner and graphic designer at Pure Graphics, is dedicated to providing
customers with quality design and great customer service. Let Becky work with you and your
budget to create professional print products of which you can be proud.

Complete printing services are available including business cards, wedding stationery,
brochures, labels, posters and more. Pure Graphics is located at 702 Old Vernon Road beside
Gilbert Parts Depot. Business hours are 9am to 3pm Monday through Friday or by appointment.

Call 250-306-8614 or visit for more information.

Enderby & District Credit Union Saluted by Community Groups
Enderby & District Credit Union wrapped up its 63rd annual general meeting on Tuesday, April
26 with an outpouring of tributes from community groups. The groups included Kingfisher
Interpretive Centre, MacKenzie Camp, Enderby & District Community Resource Centre and the
River Ambassador Program. EDCU presented major sponsorships to these and many other
deserving community groups, programs and projects this past year, totaling more than $20,000.

MacKenzie Camp, which received a major funding boost from Enderby & District Credit Union,
was represented at the meeting by its president Lorraine Powell. “The gift you have given us
and our community is incredible – it will help us inspire the kids who attend our camps to be
whatever they want to be. We want to say a big thank you from the bottom of our hearts.”

The Kingfisher Interpretive Centre, represented by its chair Neil Brookes had a similar message.
“In this day and age, places like Kingfisher are more important than ever. Kids are unmoored
from the natural world, and we want to inspire them to get in touch. We appreciate this funding

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from EDCU so much, because some of our other funding sources didn’t come through. You’ve
helped Kingfisher connect with 8,000 people every year, and we’re really very grateful for that.”

The Enderby & District Community Resource Centre’s programs coordinator Marlene Mydske
also paid special tribute to EDCU for its ongoing financial support as well as a recent donation
from its staff members, who personally raised and donated more than $400. While displaying
brown bag dinners which are distributed to needy community parents, Ms. Mydske thanked
EDCU and its members, “EDCU’s leadership has brought about positive change in this
community – thank you to all of you.”

The River Ambassador Program, represented by coordinator Madison Giesbrecht provided the
EDCU annual general meeting attendees with an overview of the program’s success. Last
summer, the ambassadors spoke to more than 4,100 river users on topics relating to safe and
respectful use of the river. The program was made possible by a number of local contributors,
including EDCU. “The contribution from EDCU and others in our community have been vital for
this program – thank you for your help protecting our beautiful river,” said Ms. Giesbrecht.

Ted Morrison, general manager of Enderby & District Credit Union, provided members at the
annual general meeting with a summary of 2010. “Over the past several years, a lot has
changed at your credit union. It is you as credit union members; you as credit union staff; and
you as credit union directors that give this credit union the ability to make changes for the good
of all. Be very proud of yourselves! There is no doubt in my mind that we as a cooperative
organization make a big and very positive difference. Always remember you did that. You make
it happen over and over again,” he concluded.

Enderby Jewellers Raffle Jewellery for “Building a Tower of Care”
Enderby Jewellers is proud to announce that it was the Jewellery Raffle Sponsor for the VJH
Hospital Gala "Building a Tower of Care" Campaign. The event was held in April at the Vernon
Lodge. Enderby Jewellers donated a 14kt White Gold Canadian Diamond Necklace valued at
$1000. The Tower of Care Campaign is an amazing accomplishment for the North Okanagan; it
is a true illustration of how people can come together to make a real difference in their
community. Enderby Jewellers was proud to be a part of it.

Kaze Japanese Restaurant Supports Japan
Kaze Japanese Restaurant will donate $400 to the Red Cross for Japanese earthquake relief.
The money was raised using the donation box located in the restaurant. In addition, $1 from
every sale of the monthly special was donated to the cause.

Owner and operator Takeshi Bansho would like to thank everyone who made a donation. Kaze
Japanese Restaurant will continue to donate $1 of its monthly special, Squid Karaage, to
Japanese earthquake relief. To keep updated on the monthly specials, go to

NorVal Computers Partners Up for Youth Day
NorVal Computers is partnering with Enderby & District Credit Union for the Youth Day on
Saturday, May 28. NorVal Computers is co-sponsoring a netbook computer as a prize to one
lucky youth.

Streamers Party Rentals Supports Family Place
Streamers Party Rentals was happy to be part of the garage sale to help raise money for The
Family Place sponsored by BMO Bank of Montreal and local farmers. Streamers donated tents
and balloons. The wedding season is keeping everyone at Streamers Flower Shop busy and

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there are new products arriving daily! Go to for more information
on party rental supplies and the new flower shop.

Chamber Provides Highway Construction Updates
For the construction project on Highway 97A through Enderby, the Chamber will post updates to
its Facebook Fan Page on weekdays. Be sure to become a Fan of this page so that you can
follow the updates and plan your day accordingly.

Exploring Enderby Out Soon
The 2011 Exploring Enderby tourism guide will be going to print next week. While a bit delayed,
it will be well worth the wait - it looks and reads great! It has a new size to improve portability,
useful information, and a slick design. In short, it's a great representation of our fantastic
community! The guide is not only good for tourists - local residents will be surprised by the
many things to see and do right in our own backyard.

With thanks to the awesome team of local talent who worked with me on it: Graphic Rabbit
(Jody Goldsmith) on advertising sales/design, Pure Graphics (Becky Shuert) on layout design,
Jackie Pearase on copy/editing, and Chamber staff Willow Burton going over everything with
her eye for detail.

The guide will be distributed to Visitor Centres throughout the province, as well as to local
businesses and gathering places in Enderby and area.

River Ambassador and Visitor Counsellor Summer Jobs Available
River Ambassadors raise awareness about the Shuswap River among recreational user groups
by providing information on safety, ecology, and trip planning. River Ambassadors will work 20
to 25 hours per week at $10 per hour from late June to early September. Excellent
interpersonal skills are required. Work on weekends and statutory holidays is required.
Training will be provided. Possessing a vehicle and/or cellular telephone is beneficial.

A Visitor Counsellor identifies tourists' needs and advises on activities, destinations, and
businesses. Excellent interpersonal and customer services skills are required. Knowledge of
Enderby and the surrounding area is beneficial. The Visitor Counsellor will work 32 hours per
week at $10 per hour from approximately July 1 to August 31. Work on weekends and statutory
holidays is required. Training will be provided.

Please drop off or mail your resume with cover letter to the attention of Madison Giesbrecht,
Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce, 700 Railway Street, P.O. Box 1000, Enderby, BC
VOE 1V0. All applications must be received by 3:00pm on Wednesday, June 15. Only
applicants who are short listed will be contacted. We thank all applicants for their interest.

Tourism Stakeholder Meeting Upcoming
The Enderby Chamber of Commerce will be hosting a tourism stakeholder meeting on behalf of
Tourism BC and the Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association, who will present on program
offerings. Both organizations work with tourism stakeholders throughout the province on
cooperative marketing and destination development. Invitations will be going out soon.

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New Training Programs Fill Skills Gap
It’s estimated that by 2019, over three-quarters of all jobs will require at least some post-
secondary education. To give low-skilled employees a chance to move up and fill these jobs,
BCs new $3-million Targeted Skills Shortage Pilot Program will help local businesses and non-
profit organizations train current staff to better meet the demands of a changing labour market.

The pilot program is designed to help low-skilled employees who lack post-secondary training
toward a degree or other credentials, gain new skills to improve productivity, take on new
responsibilities and advance their careers. The Targeted Skills Shortage Pilot Program targets
four high-growth sectors where the demand for skilled workers over the next decade will be
strong: transportation and warehousing; manufacturing; health care and social assistance; and
professional, scientific and technical services.

The Targeted Skills Shortage Pilot Program focuses on assisting low-skilled workers within
businesses or non-profit organizations with less than 100 employees. Through the pilot, up to
$1,500 per employee or $7,500 per employer is available to pay for tuition fees and purchase
training services, books, manuals and other study materials. The program is expected to serve
at least 1,200 low skilled employees around B.C. The Targeted Skills Shortage Pilot Program is
one of many programs funded through the Canada-B.C. Labour Market Agreement that are
designed to help meet the current and future labour demands of our economy.

Funding also supports training for employed individuals who are low skilled, in particular,
employed individuals who do not have a high school diploma or a recognized certification to
reach their full potential in the current marketplace.

Learn more by visiting the Targeted Skills Shortage Pilot Program website.

Government Renews Small Business Internship Program
The Government of Canada has renewed its investment of $3.5 million to create hundreds of
internships for post-secondary students across Canada through Canada's Small Business
Internship Program (SBIP). Community Futures British Columbia will be the delivery agent for
the Industry Canada Small Business Internship Program in 2011 and 2012. Applications are
available for programs starting in the summer of 2011.

The Small Business Internship Program (SBIP) helps small- and medium-sized businesses
(SMEs) expand their e-business strategy beyond simply having email or an internet site. An
active e-business strategy can help any business prosper, particularly during times of economic
instability. SBIP provides qualified SMEs with funding to hire a student intern for 12 weeks to
assist in adopting information and communications technologies (ICT). It has the double benefit
of helping participating SMEs increase their productivity and competitiveness and giving
valuable, hands-on job experience to promising youth ages 15 to 30. For more information, visit

Youth Skills BC Hiring and Training Incentives
Youth Skills BC is currently offering a new program which provides BC employers with a $2000
hiring incentive to hire eligible youth between the ages of 15 and 29. An employer may hire up
to three employees under this program. The Youth Skills BC program, funded by the Ministry of
Regional Economic and Skills Development, has been designed to be easy-to-use for

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employers and employees. There is an additional training allowance of up to $1000 should an
employer wish to train their new employee(s) externally.

To qualify for YSBC, the potential employee must be between the ages of 15 and 29, must not
be currently received EI and must not have received EI within the past 36 months or 60 months
for a parental claim, must not be a full-time student or returning to school, must be a resident of
BC and legally entitled to work in Canada, and must not be participating in any other
government funded program. To qualify for YSBC, the potential employer must have been in
business for a minimum of one year and must be in good standing with WCB. To learn more
about the program, which is available until March 2012, please visit

Enderby Seeks Volunteers for Rick Hansen 25th Anniversary Relay
Rick Hansen's 25th Anniversary Relay will pass through the City of Enderby on or around April 3,
2012. The City of Enderby is seeking volunteers to help the community celebrate this historic

Volunteers will be asked to help plan and implement the community celebration. It will be an
important opportunity to recognize Rick Hansen's achievements and continue Enderby's
dedication to his vision.

All volunteers are welcome. The relay will bring together volunteers who seek to create a more
accessible and inclusive world. Volunteers working on the committee will unite the community to
embrace positive change and improve the lives of others.

The 25th Anniversary Relay will re-create the Canadian portion of the original Man in Motion
Tour. Seven thousand participants from across Canada will participate in a 12,000 kilometre
relay travelling through over 600 communities. The Rick Hansen Relay begins on August 24,
2011 in Cape Spear, Newfoundland and Labrador and concludes on May 22, 2012 in
Vancouver, British Columbia.

To volunteer, please contact the Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce at 250-838-6727.

Courtesy of Warren Smith of RCMP Safe Communities

Do you know when to call for emergency service or assistance? Do you know what kinds of
information will make your emergency call go as smoothly as possible?

You should call Emergency Services for emergencies where an immediate response is
required; when someone's life is in danger or in a life threatening situation where every second
counts; when a crime is in progress e.g. a fight, a theft, a break and entry, a prowler, a
dangerous driver is on the road putting others at risk; and when there has been a motor vehicle
accident with injuries.

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If you need to call for Emergency Assistance, you should know your location; let the operator
take control of the conversation and get all the necessary information; answer all the questions;
stay calm; and remain where you are unless you are in danger.

DO NOT use text messaging as a method to call 911 for emergency services assistance. Text
messaging does not allow our operators to ask questions and understand the urgency of the
public's need.

DO NOT program 911 into any telephone as this may lead to accidental calls.

DO NOT store your mobile phone in your pocket while driving or in a car to avoid accidental
calls to 911.

If you call 911 by mistake, let the emergency operator know there is no emergency as this will
save precious time for attending to other real emergencies and DO NOT hang up the phone as
public safety policy dictates the operator must call back to confirm there is no emergency.

For more information, contact Warren Smith, Rural Programs Coordinator, at 250-550-7843 or

Cliff Hike for A.L. Fortune High School
Students at A.L. Fortune High School, under the supervision of
Vice Principal Marty Szetela, will be hiking the Enderby Cliffs.
Enderby and Armstrong residents interested in joining in on the
fun of this challenging 5 hour hike are welcome to do so.
Please RSVP to by Wednesday, May 25 if
you will be attending or for more information.

The group will meet at A.L. Fortune High School, located at 500
Bass Avenue in Enderby at 8:30am sharp on Saturday, May 28.
Students and community members will car pool over to the trail
head on Brash Allen Road. Hiking begins at 9:30am and the expected time of return back to the
school will be between 2 to 3pm.

Enderby Pool Opens Soon
Join in the fun this summer with Red Cross swimming lessons, Pool Day Camps, AquaFit, Aqua
Squirts, Aqua Adults, Junior Lifeguard Club , Bronze Star/Medallion and Cross, and Youth

Looking for a little extra help in the water? The Enderby Pool also offers private and semi-
private lessons with qualified instructors.

Call 250-838-9256 to register for lessons or for more information visit or join us on Facebook at

Hosting Summer Events?
Are you planning to host a wedding, reunion, anniversary, tournament, or party? Book it at the
outdoor covered gazebo in beautiful Riverside Park! This fantastic setting offers a 120'x50'

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covered area, a full kitchen, indoor washrooms, and a playground. If you have family and friends
visiting for your event, the gazebo is located right beside the Riverside RV Park, a riverfront
campground with all the amenities. For more information contact Recreation Services Manager,
Willow Burton.

River Town Roller Girls Versus Williams Lake
The River Town Roller Girls will be hosting the
Lake City Roller Girls from Williams Lake on May
28 in the first ever roller derby bout held in
EnDERBY! Doors open at the arena at 6pm, and
Mayor Wejr will be present to blow the first
whistle to start the bout at 7pm. Tickets are $12
at the door or $10 with a food bank donation.
Children under 12 are free.

The River Town Roller Girls are a small team and
are always seeking new recruits. River Town
Roller Girls need players, refs, and NSO's (Non
Skating Officials). Practice is on Mondays and
Wednesdays 7 to 9pm at the arena.

For more info go to or find them on Facebook.

Vintage Car Convoy and Motorcycle Convoys in Enderby
Coming through Enderby this weekend:

      Vintage car convoy on Saturday and Sunday, May 21-22, 10-11am (Cliff Avenue will
       give you the best view)

      Motorcycle convoy on Sunday, May 22 around 10:30am (Cliff Avenue and Belvidere
       Park will give you the best views).

Check it out!

Lorenzo's Cafe Announces Spring Music Schedule
On May 22, The Twisters, Canada's premier Jump Blues Band and Juno Award Nominees take
to the stage to show why they earned a reputation as one of the best blues bands in the
country. Check them out at

On May 29, BC Entertainment Hall of Fame Inductee and Juno award winner Shari Ulrich
performs with Julia, her daughter, on violin, piano, guitar and vocals. Check them out at

Enderby & District Credit Union Youth Day
Youth Day will be held on Saturday, May 28 from 11am to 4pm at the Enderby & District Credit
Union parking lot. This youth-oriented event will feature door prizes, demos, games, bouncy
fun, hotdogs, balloons, popcorn, cotton candy, crafts, facepainting, and much more. There will

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also be a members draw for a notebook computer! Youth Day is a great opportunity to learn
about the Credit Union's selection of youth financial products such as savings accounts and

Two Great Events by Runaway Moon Theatre
On Saturday, May 28, at the Enderby Maud Street parking lot the 4th Annual Akonjo Fair will be
taking place from 9am to 3pm. The fundraising event will feature a rummage sale, bedding
plants (both vegetable and flower), and dessert/coffee. As well, there will be local entertainment
and an information table. All proceeds will go to the Akonjo Village Project, Kenya, East Africa.
Any garage saleable items or plants that you would like to donate to the Fair would be
appreciated. Items can be brought the morning of the event or dropped off in the garage at 311
Regent Avenue, Enderby the week of May 23. For more information, contact Mike Oosterhoff at

On Sunday, June 12, the 10th Annual Peony Tea will be taking place at Runaway Moon Theatre
from 1 to 4pm. Follow the signs at Sure Crop Feeds to 130 Tomkinson Road in Grindrod. There
will be entertainment, refreshments, yummy desserts, peony flowers to cut, and a silent auction.
Admission at the door, all proceeds go to Runaway Moon Theatre.

Watch next week for news about Runaway Moon’s new show, a remake of "Dream" coming the
last week of July.

Downtown Community Campus Open House
The Downtown Community Campus (DCC) concept relates to the expansion and relocation of
the Okanagan College in the downtown core of Salmon Arm. This exciting project will create
economic, social, cultural, and educational opportunities for the entire region.

The Downtown Community Campus project will be hosting an Open House on Tuesday, June 7
at the Enderby Chamber of Commerce at 6pm. This is an opportunity to learn more about the
project as well as ask questions and provide input towards the project planning. Come out and
meet the DCC committee and newly appointed coordinator, Margaret Hardy.

For further information contact Lana Fitt, Economic Development Manager of Salmon Arm
Economic Development Society, at 250-833-6275 or visit

Grindrod Music Festival
The Grindrod Music Festival is planned for Sunday, July 10, starting at 8:30am with a pancake
breakfast and music from 10am until 11pm. Check it out on Facebook .

Member-to-Member Discounts
Member-to-member discounts are offered between members of the Enderby & District Chamber
of Commerce in order to promote local patronage. Shopping locally keeps money in the local
economy and we all succeed as a result!

      Bombshells Tanning & Esthetics - receive $5 off of any tanning package or $5 off of gel
       fingernails and toenails.

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      Case Furniture - 15% off of furniture and contractors’ pricing on appliances for all owners
       of businesses which are current Chamber members.

      Clarion Home Inspections - 10% off services to Chamber members.

      The Crystal Man - 10% discount off of retail crystal purchases on designated open
       warehouse days at The Crystal Man Wholesale. Keep reading this newsletter for
       information on the next open warehouse day.

      Deep Creek Tool Museum - group discounts for Chamber members. Contact for more information.

      Enderby Autobody - 10% off to Chamber members.

      Energy Moves - 20% off all services to Chamber members. Contact Carole Knopp at

      Gypsy Bazaar - 50% off workshop space rentals for all Chamber Members. For more
       information call 250-838-0587.

      Karen’s Endless Blooms - 10% off purchases for all Chamber Members. For more
       information call 250-838-5922.

      MacLeod Consulting - 10% off strategic planning, marketing, branding, graphic design,
       and business coaching services for Chamber members. For more information, contact

      NorVal Computers - 15% off retail and shop pricing for Chamber members. For more
       information, call 250-838-6111.

      Okanagan Advertiser - 500 business cards for the price of 250. Contact the Okanagan
       Advertiser at 250-838-6017 for more information.

      Streamers Flower Shop - 10% off flower, gift, and home decor ideas for Chamber
       members. Does not include party supply store stock upstairs.

      Tony's Tire - VIP pricing on services for Chamber members.

      Vernon Morning Star - 25% off on every Chamber member's first advertising purchase of
       2011. Drop by the Chamber to pick up your discount certificate.

Would you like more information about how the Chamber can serve you? Please give the
Chamber a call so that we can schedule an appointment.

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