Live from DeHart – Jan 12, 2022

Live from DeHart – Jan 12, 2022

Move Health & Wellness Kelowna opens inside the Walmart Supercenter at 1555 Banks Road, inside Jack Nathan Medical health center. This is BC’s third Move clinic, with one in Surrey and one in White Rock, BC Move Health offers chiropractic care, massage therapy and online clinical consultations. They collaborate with their patients to customize a treatment and care plan specific to their needs and work with family and non-regular physicians to help support trauma patients without waiting times. The staff at Move Health consists of Dr. John Lutz, DC, Licensed Chiropractor. John uses techniques such as ART (Active Release Technology), FRC, and exercise therapy, focusing on movement, stability, and strength. Kylie Menzies He is a registered massage therapist with expertise in several techniques for fascial and neuromuscular strictures for musculoskeletal injuries. Kiran Dosanjh He is a registered clinical counselor who has worked in a variety of mental health settings, including school counseling and grief and loss counseling. Orion Warge He is a registered clinical counselor who specializes in anxiety, depression, trauma and addiction. Move Health is open Monday through Saturday and is available for evening appointments. Catherine Allard He is the office manager. You can book your appointment at www.movehealthandwellness.janeapp.com/locations/move-health-wellness-kelowna/book

A long-known priest Patricia Janelia Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church retires on Sunday, January 16, which will be its last Sunday in Christ Lutheran. Reverend Janelia She celebrated her 30th anniversary of ordination last year and has been serving at Christ Evangelical Lutheran Church since July 1, 2005. Patricia and her husband Wally Baker They plan to live in Kelowna during retirement. www.christevangelicallutheran.com

The Okanagan (Kelowna) Shed Society engages men of all ages, increases the well-being of members by strengthening social bonds, increases self-esteem through participation in meaningful community projects and personal tasks, and shares skills and interests. They place a high value on respect, integrity, safety and best practices. Their goal is to improve the health, well-being, wellness and quality of life of men. They ensure sustainability through innovation, efficiency, teamwork, and service to other community partners. Three members of Kelowna’s men’s shed, Mike Boucher Cliff Hoffman, And Lloyd Nelson Build ten huge wooden crates and donate them all to the food bank. Russell Mitchell is the boss and Art Post who was the former president is now the secretary of the association. If you are interested in joining Kelowna Men’s Shed, contact okmshed@gmail.com or visit www.mensshed.ca.

Jennifer Brown He is a new multimedia marketing consultant at Kelowna Capital News. Jennifer completed her bachelor’s degree in film and theater technology, went on to a career in production management, and worked at Stunt Performer in Vancouver and Los Angeles. Sadly, her second heart surgery in 2015 required her to retire from those positions. She then traveled and volunteered abroad to work for NGOs to rebuild after Typhoon Hyuan, and then to southern Thailand and Cambodia. Prior to joining Kelowna Capital News, she worked in Shelter Services and Suicide Intervention. Connect with Jennifer at Jennifer.brown@kelownacapnews.com

Congratulations to the many Ramada Hotel & Conference Center staff for their long service at the hotel. Sergio Conialeconferences (35 years old); Charlene SchafferHousekeeping (35 years old), Hermina KlinskeHousekeeping (25 years old), Linh Huang, Housekeeping (20 years old) and yours really, Maxine DyhartSales Manager (30 years old). I’ve actually stayed at the hotel for almost 35 years, and left it very briefly when I was a conference manager, and then came back as a sales manager.

It is official. Kelowna International Airport Manager Sam Smadar He became President of Airports Council International – North America (ACI-NA) on January 1, 2022. Sam was elected to this position in November 2021 and succeeded the outgoing president. Lou S. Plewiss, AAE Executive Director of the Greater Asheville Regional Airport Authority. Chile Cameron, CEO of Philadelphia International Airport has moved to the position of Vice President. www.ylw.kelowna.ca

The partners and employees of MNP LLP Kelowna are proud to congratulate Julian BoysAnd Harpreet CorAnd Ellis McGillivray, And Tristan Tollack Upon successful completion of the 2021 Common Final Examination (CFE). Trina Warren She is the Regional Managing Partner of MNP LLP Kelowna. www.mnp.ca

Prince George’s Spruce Grove Credit Union is now officially part of the Inland Savings Credit Union. For now, it will be business as usual for former Spruce members, however, the credit union will soon be renamed Inland Savings Credit Union. The joint credit union will have 23 locations across the interior of British Columbia with 77,000 members, more than 500 employees, and approximately $3.75 billion in total assets under management. Kathy Conway He is the CEO of the Internal Credit Union. www.interiorsavings.com

The Kelowna Chamber of Business Excellence Awards have announced the 45 finalists. They are Barn Owl Brewing, HUB Office Furniture Inc. , Vigilante Marketing (Rising Star); Benson Law LLP, Coe & Company Electric Ltd., Tranq Sleep Care (midsize business of the year); Ecora Resource Group Ltd. , Miss Tulips Green Dry Cleaner, The Best Western Plus Hotel & Suites (Environmental Impact); Kelowna Festivals, Old New Theatre, Uptown Rutland Business League (Arts and Entertainment); Pumice Trails, Okanagan Select Salmon, Valley West Dental Center (Indigenous Business of the Year); Crasian Food Truck, Harmoney Chiropractic & Wellness Clinic, Vista Academy (Young Entrepreneur); O’Rourke’s Peak Cellars, Oyama Zipline Adventure Park, Smille Cycle Tours (Excellence in Tourism); Modern PUAIR, Potentia Human Resources Inc. , Strut Footwear & Apparel (Small Company of the Year); Ace Plumbing & Heating (Bricor Mechanical Ltd.), Cintas Canada Ltd. , Valley First, a division of First West Credit Union (large-volume company of the year); FloraMaxx Technologies Ltd. , SpearHead Winery, Summerhill Pyramid Winery (Excellence in Agriculture); Habitat Humanity Okanagan, Kelowna’s Gospel Mission, Meals on Wheels (non-profit franchise); Crasian Food Truck, Hampton Pools & Landscape, Level Up Strategies (Social Leadership); Acres Enterprises Ltd., FloraMaxx Technologies Ltd., The Valens Company (Technology Innovator); Inspire property management Ltd. , TKI Construction Ltd. , Tranq Sleep Care (Inclusive Workplace); Miss Tulips Green Dry Cleaner, Secure-Rite Mobile Storage, TKI Construction Ltd. (Excellence in work ethics). The Business Leader of the Year will be announced in late January 2022 by the independent jury. www.kelowachamber.org

Winner of bgc Okanagan (Boys and Girls Club) WestJet Gift of Giving Raffle was and he. www.bgco.ca

Central Okanagan residents were invited to Breakfast to Remember, a virtual fundraiser in support of the Alzheimer’s Association in British Columbia on Thursday, March 3 from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Dr. Lisa GenovaHe is a neuroscientist, speaker, and author of the New York Times bestselling “Still Alice.” Tickets include access to an exclusive research event and live discussion of the latest research here in BC To purchase tickets, visit www.b Breakfasttoremember.ca

Candy Cane Lane made two adorable gifts this Christmas season. It was a place to lift your spirits and the donation box benefited from canned goods/dry goods to charities in our community. This year, Candy Cane Lane volunteers unloaded two truckloads of groceries to Freedom’s Door from their donation box. Freedom’s Door is a recovery home for men with addiction and/or mental health issues, and has worked in Kelowna since 2002. Freedom’s Door residents have taken its residents in a car to see Candy Can Lane. www.freedomsdoorkelowna.com

With a lot of interest, the team at Kelowna Actors Studio announced the postponement of Legally Blonde: The Musical. As live theater around the world grapples with the outbreak behind the scenes, the health and safety of sponsors, staff and actors remains the priority. Despite current public health orders limiting audience size and training periods, they cannot afford many students or have extra staff to deal with any last-minute outbreaks. They’re now transitioning Legally Blonde from April 20 to May 8, 2022, the original Dirty Rotten Scoundrels dates. Other dates are Dirty Rotten Bastards, June 8–26; The Sound of Music, August 4 – 13 (Kelowna Community Theatre); Amadeus, 7-25 September; Ghost: The Musical, October 12-30 and A Christmas Carol, November 30-18 December. www.kelownaactorsstudio.com

birthdays week – happy 70y Hildebrandt (January 14) Jane Zelensky (January 12) Mort Downey (January 12) Sean Willie (January 12) Glenn Benner (January 12) Annie Kwong (January 13) Avi Gil (January 13) Jenna Lang (January 13) Paul Larsen (January 13) Brian Shjodt (January 14) Sam one (January 14) Tara O’Sullivan (January 14) Madeline Kilcullen (January 14) Patty Onsorg (January 14) Bob Thompson (January 15) Andre Blanlil (January 15) Michael Buffett (January 15) Lynn Bed (January 15) Kevin Edgecombe (January 16) Jerry Thistle (January 16) Joyce Bruce (January 17) Ross Jelly (January 17) Dina Kotler (January 17) Jim Belshaw (January 17) Terry Matthews (January 17) Charlene Schaffer (January 18).

Maxine Dyhart He is a Kelowna city councilman and owner of a local hotel. Her phone at 250-979-4546 or 250-862-7662; Email max@maxinedehart.ca and website www.maxinedehart.ca

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