The Rotary club would like to put in lighting along the pathway on the waterfront. As it stands right now

Setback to waterfront lighting project

Highlights from the Rotary Club meeting of Feb. 10

Let there be light? Maybe. Plans for the Rotary waterfront lighting project has hit a snag. The club would like to create a lightsource along the waterfront pathway, as currently there is no lighting along that area and the village doesn’t want work happening from the long weekend in May to the long weekend in October. The goal is to get all the groundwork done before theMay long weekend, but the grant money needed to make the project happen won’t be available until that weekend. The onlyother option would be to start work after Thanksgiving. However, the extent of construction isn’t known at this time, and won’tbe known until specs can be interpreted. The end goal is to have the project fully in place by May 2017.


Wine Fest

Things are gearing up, and Nakuspians are getting excited for the third annual Rotary Wine Festival. Last year, representativesfrom 15 different B.C. wineries including Creston, Trail and all over the Okanagan were at the event. A silent auction will takeplace, with items donated from local businesses. The Rotary Club is looking for artists who would like to donate some of theirwork to the auction. Those interested in participating should contact Lori Lounsbury or a local Rotarion. This year’s event willtake place on April 9 at the K2 Rotor Lodge. It has been sold out the last two years. Signs are up, and tickets are still available,but numbers are limited. They are available for $50 each.


Rotarians recognized for outstanding service

Two Nakusp citizens are being recognized for their dedication to the community. Sheila Anderson of Anderson’s Automotive hasbeen voted in as this year’s Citizen of the Year and Barb Chwachka will receive the lifetime achievement award. The awardceremony will take place on March 5, at the Nakusp Legion.


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