Cheesy Breadsticks and Dip: Kidz in the Kitchen

Have you seen Kamloops Momma?  It’s a free local magazine featuring all kinds of family-friendly articles and features.  You can download it on their website and also find it around town at lots of family-friendly locations.

If you have caught the latest edition you will see a lunch idea that my son and I worked on.  In case you missed it, here it is:

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Canning Wind Chime: Crafting With Kids

While we were working on the apricots, I was tossing aside all the old seals, but wasn’t able to part with them just yet.  I knew that there was something that we could do… eventually.  I think it’s sort of a problem… this “saving things for some future craft…”  It makes for a lot of boxes of junk!

Anyhow, as we worked on the apricots, I figured out that we could make a wind chime or a mobile out of them.  Here is what we did…

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The Top 11 Mortgage Questions: Sheila Minten

Sheila Minten is a local Mortgage Broker.  She works from her home, or yours, to provide professional financial advise when you are looking at mortgages – old or new.  Sheila will travel to meet you; on your schedule and where it works best for you in order to assist with all the financial details of purchasing a home and consolidating debt.

Here, Sheila answers the top 11 questions that she hears, when people are applying for a mortgage.  If there is something that you are wondering about, with regards to home finances, give her a shout at 250-852-0420.  Sheila also hosts Home Buyer Seminars that are open to the public, families too.  You can contact her at 250-852-0420 for more information.  You can also keep updated and connected by liking her facebook page.

Top 11 questions asked when applying for a mortgage:

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Good Form: The Kamloops Disc Golf Experience

“Frisbee?”  Nope.  This is different.  The designs might be just as interesting as you might see on a frisbee, but these are discs.  Golfing discs, to be precise (and I’m probably not, it’s been a while).  A good golfer carries a bunch of clubs and wields them well.  A good disc golfer does the same, only he doesn’t get a cart, nor a rolling bag. They are carried.  And some of ’em are heavy!

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