Approval received for dog park
It looks as though dog lovers in Keremeos will have a safe haven for their best friends in the coming weeks.
Chief Administrative Officer Laurie Taylor told Keremeos council on June 9 the village received approval from the Ministry of Tranportation and Infrastructure to use a portion of ministry owned land across the street from the sewage treatment plant for a dog park.
Staff have purchased fencing and hopes are to have the area fenced and ready for use early this summer.
Concert, contest cancellation
Following Engelbert Humperdinck’s recent bout of bronchitis, his management team has decided to move a couple of tour dates around in his schedule in order to get enough vocal rest and to make the touring schedule more manageable.
Although Humperdinck took to the stage last weekend for three shows (for complete reviews please visit http://www.facebook.com/OfficialEngelbertHumperdinck) his management team wants to ensure that Humperdinck completely recovers over the next few months. In light of this, his performance at the South Okanagan Events Centre has been cancelled
The concert cancellation has also affected the Review’s current contest to win tickets to Humperdinck’s performance, and as a result, the contest has been withdrawn.
The Review regrets any inconvenience caused by this unforseen turn of events.