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This week in Undercurrent history

25 years ago in the Undercurrent On Wednesday May 3rd the first three ferries of the morning were overloaded. An overload in 1989 meant cars parked up to the school.

The “Go” button

Dear Editor, The library needs more space and the proposed, community-fundraised Annex project, adding 1200 sqft, should hit all the "Go!" buttons.

Welcome to Bowen

Dear Editor, The Bowen Island Arts Council is delighted to be the host arts council for the 35th annual ArtsBC Conference and Annual General Meeting to be held at the Bowen Lodge by the Sea and at the Gallery at Artisan Square from May 2 to 4.

Working hard for our Island’s transportation system

Dear Editor, By the time this is published, BC Ferries (BCF) will have implemented its new schedule. The effects of the changes will not be felt until Saturday May 3 when the 5:30 and 7:30a.m. ferry sailings will be cut, as well as the 7:30a.m.
Woodall's cartoon

Woodall's cartoon

This week... Bowen Court.

This week in Undercurrent history

25 years ago in the Undercurrent A 21 year old, 3 bedroom, 1,000 sq. ft. home for sale in Bluewater was listed at $145,000 The cartoon featured a drawing of a broken golf club with the caption ‘Crippen Golf Course – R.I.P.

Outside 45 says “Thank You,” to Mother Earth

How to say thank you to something that can’t say you’re welcome (the earth) . Wow what an interesting and hard subject but in some ways the earth does say thank you.

A Sure Sign of Spring

Dear Editor, Forget the blossoms, the recent wind-up of the Bowen Island Golf Club’s Saturday Old Crocs winter competition is evidence enough the real golf season is upon us as is the commencement of the Saturday Morning Skins Game (SMSG).

Lending a hand to Bowen paramedics

Dear Editor On February 15th I had to go to hospital by ambulance because of a leg injury. I was fortunate to have the capable assistance of two Bowen ambulance attendants.

Too bad about the headline

Dear Editor, Thank you for your coverage of the rezoning of Lot 2 and associated OCP changes, which will allow for a future community campus, townhomes, and apartments in the heart of Snug Cove.