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stle into Spring Winners !

Posted By: Patrick · 5/22/2015 2:00:00 PM


1st prize - a Hustler Raptor worth $4000 from Interior Turf Equipment

- Cristie Jansen in Armstrong - Entered at Wearabouts Clothing

2nd prize -  Shindaiwa T235 trimmer valued at $299!

Lisa Garnham  - Entered at L’Origionals Gallery

See the pics at…

Features of the Hustler raptor…

It is a ride-on zero turn lawn mower, retail value $4000! The Raptor Hustler, from Interior Turf Equipment is tops in category for zero-turn mowers and features:

•             It has a 42” mowing deck.

•             Heavy-duty fabricated steel decks (not stamped)

•             Fabricated heavy duty steel frame – best in category

•             Lowest seat height in the industry – provides exceptional control and handling

Great fun and we look forward to it again next year! Patrick Ryley

Dunk Tank anyone?

Posted By: Patrick · 5/20/2015 1:16:00 PM

The 4th Annual Carlin Country Market will take place on May 24 from 10 – 3 pm at Carlin Elementary Middle School.  Carmen Massey was on the morning show. Hear it on my blog…

The Carlin Country Market is an exciting and widely known fundraiser for the school and for the community.  Free admission and free fun for the family. 

Interested vendors can contact Janine at 835-2208

Radiothon lunch at Trish’s Country Kitchen April 22 2015

Posted By: Patrick · 4/24/2015 12:09:00 PM

Radiothon Pre-lunch April 22 2015

7am-11am at Trish’s Country Kitchen 832 0072

Trish, Tina, Andrea, Judy

A bag lunch for a minimum $5 donation with the proceeds going to the Radiothon for the local hospital.

Total raised $2355

All this money is going to the have a Heart Radiothon on April 30 from save-On Foods.

We are raising money for an infant surgery monitor.


Askews – reusable bags

Rivercity meats – meat for lunches

Save on More - bread

Candy vault – a candy treat

H2O4U Water Pure and Simple – bottled water

Demilles – oranges

Hanna and Hanna – apples

Salmon arm golf club –donating in each bag a 2 for 1 certificate


Deb Kerswell, Patrick Ryley and friends hosted breakfast in the industrial park. Lots of response from local businesses.

Terry from Mountainside Earthworks and Reliable Septic was on a roll.

He bought well over 80 ...