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August 15, 2012 edition of the Sooke News Mirror

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<ul><li><p>A PARK OF ART The annual Art in the Park </p><p>event takes place this week-end.</p><p>Page 7</p><p>SOOKE RULES Subaru Sooke Triathlon a </p><p>success. </p><p>Page 27</p><p> Your community, your classi eds P24 75Wednesday, August 15, 2012</p><p>Editorial Page 8 Entertainment Page 19Sports/stats Page 27</p><p>Agreement#40110541</p><p> SOOKESOOKE NEWS 2010 WINNERM I R R O R</p><p>Heroes in our midst save mans lifeBrittany LeeSooke News Mirror</p><p>When Bobbie-jo Peter-son was driving home along Sooke Road lastJuly, she noticed a pair of legs sticking out from behind a suitcase by a bus stop near Drennan Street. </p><p>Seeing the mans feet on the ground, Peter-son thought, some-one must be in trouble.</p><p>I instinctively pulled over, she said, addingthat there was already a man there on thephone, calling for help.</p><p>I was worried he wasntbreathing, Peterson said, adding that the collapsed mans face was blue.</p><p>I thought he was dead or dying.</p><p>Peterson, who was with her then 14-year-old son, began doing chest compres-sions on the collapsed man, who was visiting from Cal-gary and said to be in his 50s. </p><p>At first, I wasnt really sure what to do but then, I guess, instinct came in, Peterson said. </p><p>Having two sons with epi-lepsy, Peterson knows CPR, but she hadnt had to use her skills for about 15 years.</p><p>In what seemed like no time at all, Gerry Boivin, a Langford resident with a military background, came to Petersons aide.</p><p>The two contin-ued to resuscitate the man, using both com-pression and mouth-to-mouth techniques.</p><p>My focus was on what I </p><p>was doing, Peterson said. I just wanted this guy to live.</p><p>Christina Klein, a newly trained officer with the Sooke RCMP, soon joined them. For the next 10 min-utes, the three continued giv-ing the man CPR while wait-ing for paramedics to arrive.</p><p>Im so glad that we could keep this man alive with CPR while the ambu-lance was on its way, Klein said in a statement.</p><p>Sooke RCMP, fire, and paramedics arrived to the call. </p><p>Chris Daoust, paramedic with the Sooke B.C. Ambu-lance Service, began apply-ing shocks to the collapsed man. After the second shock, a pulse was felt, Daoust said.</p><p>Its because these people stopped to help this man, Daoust said of Peterson, Boivin, and Klein on Wednesday.</p><p>They actually took the time out to stop and see what was going on and called for help and then actually tried to help the person.</p><p>Daoust nominated the three citizens for the BCASs Vital Link Award, which hon-ours peoples efforts in using CPR to save a life, acting as the vital link in increasing a patients survival rate before an ambulance arrives.</p><p>The trio received their </p><p>award in a recognition ceremony last Wednes-day (Aug. 8) at the Sooke ambulance station. Annu-ally, about 50 B.C. resi-dents receive the award.</p><p>Patients suffering from cardiac arrest usually have a negative outcome even after receiving medical help from on-scene paramed-ics, according to Daoust. </p><p>The early CPR keeps blood flow going to the </p><p>brain, to the heart, so itminimizes the amount of damage and increases thepotential for the patient to make a full recovery, whichis, I think, the outcome that everyone wants, he said.</p><p>It takes courage for wit-nesses or bystanders to stop and help, Michael McGregor, acting superintendent of the Sooke BCAS, said.</p><p>Its not all the time people stop by (and help), it takes a lot of courage for peopleto stop by, and thats why were out here today award-ing these people with the Vital Link Award, McGregorsaid. Their unselfish act saved this mans life.</p><p>The man recovered at the Royal Jubilee Hospi-tal in Victoria before being flown to Calgary, where he was rehabilitated.</p><p>Last McGregor had heard, the man was in good health and did not suffer any brain damage.</p><p>The early CPR kept hisbrain healthy and the rest of him healthy, McGregor said.</p><p>When Peterson was notified, later that after-noon on July 7, 2011, that the Calgary man would be OK, she was elated.</p><p>I was just shocked and really happy.</p><p>However, being awarded for her help feels unnec-essary, Peterson said.</p><p>I did what I hope another citizen would do for me, she said. Im just really grateful to (everyone involved), that they were there for support and their quick response.</p><p>Three people provided the vital link which helped man survive heart attack</p><p>Brittany Lee photo</p><p>Front from left to right, Gerry Boivin of Langford, Christina Klein of the Sooke RCMP and Bobbie-jo Peterson of Sooke were presented with Vital Link Awards from Michael McGregor, left, and Chris Daoust (back row) from the Sooke detachment of the B.C. Ambulance Service for helping save a Calgary mans life last July.</p><p>642-6480 Oliver Katz Personal Real Estate Corp. www.oliverkatz.com </p><p> we look after you </p><p> 2344 DEMAMIEL DRIVE Talk about value! Immac. Newer 3BR home wood floors, open plan main living BRs up gas furnace, LR w/gas FP adj. 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Whiffin Spit </p><p>1st Time </p><p>Buyer Alert! </p></li><li><p>2 www.sookenewsmirror.com WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012 - SOOKE NEWS MIRROR</p><p>PRODUCEPRODUCE5-A-Day for Optimum Health</p><p>PRODUCE</p><p>AD PRICES IN EFFECT AUGUST 15 THRU AUGUST 21, 2012</p><p>www.westernfoods.comSeniors Day Thursdays Save 10% on Most Items</p><p>Mixed SalamiDELIDELIHealthy Choices in our</p><p>DELI </p><p>Remember Your Calcium</p><p>DAIRYDAIRYDAIRYIsland Farms2% Yogurt 175 g ..............................</p><p>4/300Island FarmsLight Cream 1 L ..............................</p><p>$259Island Gold LargeOrganic Eggs 12s ...........................</p><p>$549KraftCheese Shreds 380 g ....................</p><p>$649</p><p>AD </p><p>SOOKE6660 Sooke Road</p><p>Open 7 Days a Week7:30 am to 10:00 pm</p><p>We reserve the right to limit quantities</p><p>12</p><p>SEATreats Treats From theFrom the</p><p>SEA</p><p>Your Community Food StoreYour Community Food Store</p><p>Northridge Farms AAA Beef Bottom</p><p>RoundRoast8.80 kg ..............</p><p>$399/lbSunrise Farms Fresh</p><p>GroundChicken3.73 kg ..............</p><p>$169/lbSchneiders Regular Skinless or Country Natural</p><p>All Beef Weiners</p><p>375 - 450 g ..........$399</p><p>Fresh, Great Tasting Meat </p><p>BUTCHERS BLOCKBUTCHERS BLOCKBUTCHERS BLOCK</p><p>FreshSole Fillets</p><p>Northridge Farms Regular or Marinated AAA Beef Bottom</p><p>Round Steak</p><p>8.80 kg ................$399/lb</p><p>Fresh Canadian Rib Or Sirloin Portion Bone In</p><p>Pork Chop</p><p>6.59 kg ................$299</p><p>Schneiders Regular, Extra, Thick, or Country Natural</p><p>Bacon</p><p>375 - 500 g ............ $499</p><p>+ dep</p><p>Nestle Variety or Chocolate Instant Breakfast 10s .........$649</p><p>Bicks Premium Dill Pickles 1 L ....................$289</p><p>Christie Graham Crumbs or Graham Wafer 400 g .....$299</p><p>Unico Marinated Artichoke Hearts 170 ml ....... 99</p><p>El Paso Regular or Hard &amp; Soft Taco Kits 275 - 379 g ....... $299</p><p>Kraft Flanker Dinners 200 g .......................... 2/300</p><p>Lea &amp; Perrins Worchestershire Sauce 142 ml ..... $179</p><p>Unico Red Kidney Beans or Chick Peas 796 ml .... $179</p><p>Bisquick Tea Biscuit Mix 1 kg .......................... $249</p><p>Kraft Jet Puffed Marshmallows 400 g ............. $189</p><p>Heinz Pickling Vinegar 4 L ......................... $369</p><p>Unico Tomato Paste 156 ml ...............................3/200 </p><p>Nestle Quick Chocolate Syrup 700 ml ............ $379</p><p>Christie Ice Cream Cones or Cuplets 12s ............ $189</p><p>Twistos Snack Bites 150 g ................................ 2/600</p><p>2 Varieties Olafson Tortillas 8s - 10s .................... $279</p><p>Silver Hills 16 Grain Bread 615 g ................... $299</p><p>Tri V Dog Food 709 g .......................................99</p><p>Alley Cat Dry Cat Food 2 kg ........................... $349</p><p>Alcan Aluminum Foil 100 ........................... $399</p><p>Dawn Ultra Dishwashing Liquid 561 - 709 ml ....... $179</p><p>Royale Facial Tissue 88 - 132s ...........................99</p><p>Royale Regular Bathroom Tissue 24s .......... $699</p><p> Sunrise Farms Fresh Grade A</p><p> Frying Chicken</p><p>Locally Owned &amp; 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GrownGreen Beans</p><p>/100 g</p><p>Mississippi HoneyMustard</p><p>Seven Layer Dips </p><p>Marinated Veggie Salad Triple Chocolate Cake </p><p>Squares $3396s 6sea</p><p> $149 </p><p>/100g</p><p>WashingtonGranny Smith Apples</p><p> $299 Fresh West Coast Hand Peeled</p><p>Shrimp</p><p>Level Ground Fair TradeCoffee</p><p>300 g$699 </p><p>2 lb bag</p><p>Ea</p><p>Per 100g</p><p>/lb /lb</p><p>ea</p><p>/lb</p><p>6 oz 5 lb bag</p><p>Per 100 g</p><p>Island Farms</p><p>SourSourCreamCream500 ml500 ml</p><p>$199</p><p>/lb</p><p>2/400 </p><p>375 ml Per 100 g</p><p>McCain Traditional CrustMcCain Traditional Crust</p><p>PizzaPizza416 - 433 g</p><p>2/2/660000 </p><p>99 </p><p>Ea</p><p>750 ml</p><p>$389Heinz Upside DownKetchup</p><p>Unico StuffedManzanilla Olives375 ml</p><p>$199 </p><p>100 g</p><p>99All Varieties Quaker MiniRice Cakes</p><p>1 L</p><p>2/300Dole Pure or BlendedPineapple Juice</p><p>326 ml</p><p>$599 Nabob TraditionCoffee</p><p>Post Sugar Crisps, Alpha Bits, orHoneycomb Cereal340 - 400 g</p><p>$399</p><p>PoweradeSports Drink6 x 591 ml</p><p>2/600 </p><p>425 ml</p><p>$289Kraft Bulls EyeBBQ Sauce</p><p>660 g</p><p>/lb</p><p>/ea</p><p>Come in Every Wednesday for our </p><p>Secret Super Saver Specialsin all departments</p><p>+ dep</p><p>+ dep</p><p>2/400</p><p>3.28 kg</p><p> 99 /lb2.18 kg</p><p>+ dep</p><p>+ dep</p><p>/ea /ea</p><p>/100g</p><p>/lb</p></li><li><p>SOOKE NEWS MIRROR - WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 2012 www.sookenewsmirror.com NEWS 3</p><p>Up Sooke</p><p>Thumbs Up!</p><p>TO ALL OF the athletes and scores of volunteers who made the Subaru Sooke Triathlon such a huge success.</p><p>NO CHILI FOR YOU</p><p>THE SOOKE LIONS Chilli Challenge scheduled for Sept. 8 has been cancelled due to a lack of interest.</p><p>SINGALONGREADING ROOM CAFE </p><p>presents Jennifer Louise Taylor, Rose Birney and Too Tall Ken Hall. </p><p>TICKETS AT THE door or call Mary Livingstone at 250-642-5017.</p><p>CORRECTION IN AN ARTICLE titled </p><p>Final tournament for Slo-Pitch president, published on Aug. 8, Mike Gibson was incorrectly stated as being the president. </p><p>HE IS IN fact, resigning from his position as vice-president. </p><p>SECOND PLACE AND third place standings for the Sooke Salmon Enhancement Derby, which took place on Aug. 5 and 6, were Jesse Legg, with a 41.90-pound Chinook, followed by Dave Purnell with a 34.20-pound fish. </p><p>Sharron Ho photo</p><p>Ray takes four-year-old chihuahua, Shiver, for a ride around town on his Harley Davidson motorcycle. </p><p>Biker dog</p><p>Beautifying SookeSharron HoSooke News Mirror </p><p>A local bakery is getting an outdoor makeover to beautify the streets and provide a portal to Vienna. </p><p>Construction is underway at Little Vienna Bakery, located on 6726 West Coast Rd, to replace its wooden, elevated deck with a 600 sq. foot classic European- inspired stone-paved courtyard. </p><p>The stones will be multi-coloured and level to the ground, allowing guests to sit in a sanctuary surrounded by raised garden beds. A retaining wall will line the perimeter and a three-tiered fountain will rest in the centre. </p><p>Wood salvaged from the deck will also be used to create an arbor entryway for the new outdoor feature. </p><p>The entire vision is to bring the European ambience indoors, outside, according to co-owner Micheal Nyikes. </p><p>He also said the deck was partly removed to allow senior patrons with mobility issues easier access to outdoor seating. </p><p>Its going to be completely accessible, its going to be level, Michael said. </p><p>Were doing it with the intention of just creating a nice space for our customers thats accessible, and of course, Little Vienna Bakery fronts onto West Coast Road. (The courtyard) helps to enhance the visual appeal on the streets. </p><p>He hopes the improvements will encourage other business owners to parlay the essence of their businesses into beautification projects that will help make Sooke easier on the eye. </p><p>Theres been really </p><p>good precedence set by other business owners, Michael said. It would be nice to see others following suit. </p><p>The $25,000 project has been in the making for the past two years, since Michael and wife, Susan Nyikes, obtained the restaurant from its original owners. </p><p>When weve travelled and weve been to special cafes all over the world, our greatest pleasure has come from typically sitting in a courtyard outside, she said. </p><p>We just think were going to be able to duplicate what youre able to experience in different parts of the world. Were just really excited to have that here. </p><p>And, as local business owners themselves, the Nyikes have sourced all labour, design work and materials locally. The only item coming from outside of </p><p>Sooke is the fountain. Were very, very </p><p>strong advocates of not only local shopping, but of supporting local business, Nyikes s...</p></li></ul>