Submitted by Stacy Pavlov on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 14:37
A lot happens in order for Enderby residents to turn their tap on for a sip of water.
As a way of helping people understand where their water comes from and what it goes through from Shuswap River to tap to drain, the city is providing a guided tour of the wastewater treatment plant during Drinking Water Week.
Submitted by Stacy Pavlov on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 14:36
Enderby in Motion is putting their money where their heart is.
After a successful second year for the local walk, run, wheel event to help raise awareness for the Rick Hansen Foundation, organizer Patricia Cech said the Enderby and area event will donate the $755 raised toward improving accessibility throughout the city.
“We would like to propose that the funding go to different accessibility upgrades in the city such as washrooms and storefront entrances,” said Cech, an avid runner and owner of Curves fitness facility in Armstrong.
Submitted by Heather Black on Wed, 05/15/2013 - 11:33
There’s no catching these girls.
Pleasant Valley Secondary students Ella Brown, Grade 12, and Tyra Gilbert, Grade 11, recently obliterated their school records at a meet in Abbotsford May 4. Though both girls are on the school’s track team, they also compete with the Vernon Track Club, which this competition was through.
Brown came first in the junior girls triple jump with 11.46 metres, while Gilbert earned second in youth girls 100m hurdles with a time of 14.78 seconds.