Tasty 2 for 1 Pizza has opened at 113-1940 Kane Rd. in the former Aroma Pizza location in Glenmore.
Recently relocating from Prince George, the pizza outlet is owned and operated by two sisters, Navreet Sandhu and Navroop Dhillon. Along with the regular pizza creations, the gals are now including authentic Indian flair to the pizzas, including paneer, tandoori chicken and butter chicken pizzas. There is also a good selection of many other pizzas, including Italian authentic artisan styles, chicken creations, meat lovers, vegetarian delights, Tasty’s Toothsome or one of two intense pizzas, which offers hot and spicy or hot Mexican. You can also create your own pizza or try their homemade lasagna, cheesy sticks, calzone, Greek salad or chicken wings. We tasted the butter chicken and Hawaiian pizza that comes with bacon, both with the regular soft crust and they were delicious. Tasty 2 for 1 offers pick-up, Skip the Dishes or Doordash. Open Tuesday to Saturday. Call 250-717-5772 or visit www.tasty2for1pizza.com.
And the winner is…
The winner of the Paris Jewellers Christmas Giveaway of the earrings and necklace valued at $158 was Julia Barrill.
Considering a holistic healing alternative? Certified Clinical Hypnotherapist, Reiki and Access Bar Practitioner Kristine Stewart owns and operates Hypnotherapy Services by Kristine out of Center Medical Massage Therapy Clinic, 204-110 Highway 33 West (above Valley First). Kristine tailors sessions to an individual’s specific goals to promote comfortable, positive change from within. While she likes helping women empower and heal themselves after experiencing trauma, she says there are many instances in which hypnotherapy may be beneficial to move past a fear; manage anxious thoughts or feelings; develop positive coping mechanisms; quit unwanted habits such as smoking, or to manage chronic pain; increase self-acceptance or to promote mental training in the boardroom, classroom or sports field. To book a session or for more information contact Kristine at email@example.com.
Lash and brow expert and the owner of Luminesce Artistry, Alanna Olivares, has launched her new website at www.luminesceartistry.com in collaboration with Kelly Baker Brows and Tori Belle Magnetic Lashes. Luminesce Artistry provides lash and brow services and now the public can purchase Olivares’ product lines through her new website, which is the official provider of Kelly Baker products in Canada.
BDO’s Top 40 Over 40 celebrates remarkable individuals in our community over the age of 40 as a means to showcase mentors, champions and role models who encourage and foster the future leaders of our community. Partnering with the media in the valley, the Kelowna Chamber of Commerce will highlight new honourees between February and July, 2021. Nominate someone today at www.kelownachamber.org.
The RE/MAX Kelowna agents in Kelowna have been generous to the community in support of the RE/MAX Realtors Legacy Foundation, which recently donated $10,000 to the Central Okanagan Food Bank. This past year, RE/MAX Kelowna has donated more than $35,000 to the food bank, which translates in about $100,000 worth of grocery buying purchasing power. The foundation also donated $5,000 to support the Salvation Army Kettle Campaign. Jerry Redman and Peter Kirk are the owner/managing directors of RE/MAX Kelowna.
Mary Miller, who passed away in October at the age of 83, was the type of nurse who, when the phone rang, would help her colleagues in the middle of the night. In celebration of all the love she gave her patients and especially those closest to her, the Miller family has made a $150,000 donation to the Okanagan College’s new Health Sciences Centre. Dean Miller, her husband of 62 years and co-founder of Miller & Wyatt, a local auto parts store, was pleased and honoured to do this for Mary, along with sons Bruce and Brian, and daughter Kathy Hattrick. The gift will support the student collaboration room, a shared study and technology space primarily, but will also support a care bed unit and another student gathering and study lounge.
The nomination period for the 46th annual Kelowna Civic & Community Awards is now open until Friday, Feb. 12. Criteria for all categories and nomination forms are available on the city website at www.kelowna.ca/civicawards. The program includes 13 awards that honour volunteers, artists, athletes, environmentalists and businesses. Up to three finalists are selected in each category with one recipient being awarded. The awards are overseen by a steering committee comprised of Adam Schubel, Bob Burge, Dan Rogers, Lorraine Ewonus-Ellert, Wayne Moore and city councillor Ryan Donn. Ellen Boelcke is the chair of the committee and Karen Graham is the nominating committee chair. Mariko Siggers is the community and neighbourhood services manager for the City of Kelowna.
Okanagan audiences can explore a seldom seen side of Canadian Art History at the Kelowna Art Gallery. To mark the 100th anniversary of the first Group of Seven exhibition in 1920, the art gallery is presenting Northern Pine: Watercolours and Drawings by the Group of Seven from the McMichael Canadian Art Collection – 66 of the group’s largely unknown works, including a selection of watercolor studies, graphite sketches and a rare portfolio of lithographs. The exhibit can be viewed until March 7.
The Okanagan Collaborative Conservation Program (OCCP) is a partnership of organizations and government with shared goals, which include maintaining regional biodiversity, protecting species at risk, maintaining ecological connectivity throughout the Okanagan basin and balancing regional growth with conservation. The OCCP has welcomed new staff members to the organization: Claudie Pageau, special projects coordinator and ecosystems connectivity initiative; Chevy Demulder, special projects coordinator – Okanagan Lake Responsibility Planning Initiative; and Shruti Suresh, conservation researcher.
In one year and out the other. Here’s to a healthy 2021 everyone!
Birthdays of the week
Happy 101st Eugen Helm (Jan. 6); happy 80th Monty Cordingley (Jan. 4); Barb Douglas (Jan. 6); Vern Tompkins (Jan. 6); Paul McIntyre (Jan. 7); Cam McIntosh (Jan. 7); Brian Winter (Jan. 8); Tom Budd (Jan. 9); Lynda Gibbs, Phoenix (Jan. 9); Larry Tuovila (Jan. 9); Len Tonn (Jan. 10); Linda Aldous (Jan. 11); Jen Zielinski, Black Press Media (Jan. 10); Mort Downey (Jan. 12); Shawn Wylie (Jan. 12); Glen Penner (Jan. 12); in memory of Nick Kardynal (Jan. 11).
Maxine DeHart is a Kelowna city councillor and local hotelier. Phone her at 250-979-4546 or 250-862-7662; email firstname.lastname@example.org.