Chapman Road Break-In

There was a break-in on Chapman Road this morning (Monday January 21st).  The RCMP attended.

If anyone is currently looking after property in the area around Deerfoot and Chapman I would suggest they check out the property.

Thanks to Dennis and Darlene Smithers

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Letter from the AMCS President

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Meet the Federal Conservative Candidate


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Boundary Winter Market – Greenwood

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Fortis Rate Update

The British Columbia Utilities Commission (BCUC) has not yet issued its decision concerning Fortis’ electricity rate system for 2019 and beyond.  Fortis will keep the 2018 rates in effect as the interim rates pending a decision on permanent 2019 rates.  Once a decision has been made, these rates and your bills will be adjusted accordingly.  Upon notification by the BCUC, the AMCS will immediately post the BCUC’s rate decision on its website.

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Fresh Cougar Prints Sighted January 11 on Sasquatch Trail

A neighbor on Sasquatch Trail reported fresh cougar tracked on their property. Caution is advised.

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Jan 19 Moonlight Snowshoe

When?  Saturday, Jan 19, 7:30 departure.

Where?  Dean & Glenda’s 1400 Kelly Road, Bridesville BC

What?  Snowshoe up, down and along packed trails through our farm’s meadows and groves.  Choose easy and/or longer of two circuits both arriving back at our house.  Easy-> 7:30-8, Longer-> 7:30-8:30.  Hot Choc etc in the house afterwards.  Potluck goodies.  BYOB.

Who?  Open to all so bring your visiting guests, friends and family.  We’ve had people attend from all over the world!

Why?  Fresh Air, Fresh Snow (we hope!), Fresh Faces!

Other Details:

Equipment:  Snowshoes and Poles.  We have a few sets of extra gear if you need them; RSVP 250-446-2420.  Headlamps are good in case of equipment problems, but please turn off during the walk.

Clothing:  Dress in layers.  You may get warm depending on how fast you want to go.

Driveway:  4WD-AWD recommended.

Pets:  Our dog, Larry likes to be the centre of attention so please let him be the only dog here.  He will bark a very loud greeting when you arrive.

Weather:  We are usually above the clouds, but even if it is not clear, vision is usually good.

RSVP 250-446-2420

Glenda Corbett

“….when you believe….”

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Don’t Miss the Next Concert on the Mountain – Jan. 25

Tickets are selling fast; contact Giselle for yours.

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Gentle Yoga: Summit Centre, Tuesdays 10:50 to 11:50

Are you interested in a slower-paced gentle exercise class that will benefit your mind and body? Come and try Gentle Yoga on the Mountain. We use chairs, props and humour to gently stretch and strengthen our bodies, and we adapt the class to your individual needs. Suitable for any ability / mobility level .
Learn how Yoga can help you feel both more calm and more energized mentally, as well as how it can help strengthen your muscles, improve your balance, and increase mobility in your joints.
Feel free to contact me with any questions.
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Mark McKenney is recognized at Christmas Potluck 2018

On Sunday December 16, 2018 the Anarchist Mountain Fire Department (AMFD) and the Anarchist Mountain Community Society (AMCS) hosted the Christmas Potluck 2018 at the Anarchist Mountain Fire Hall from 4:30 pm to 9:00 pm.  The food was fabulous and was enjoyed by a total of 93 residents with family and guests attending. A presentation was made by Alex Giovannelli to Mark McKenney who is retiring from his position of President of AMCS after 11 years.  Mark and Patricia McKenney were presented with an engraved wine decanter and a framed photo of their home here on Anarchist Mountain along with some lovely bottles of wine.  We all wish Mark the very best in his retirement!

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