Dr. Carol Fenton, Annemarie Watts, Jody Vosper and Kaleigh Gnoato are our feature guests in Episode 90 of Kamloops Last Week.
Fenton, medical health officer for Interior Health, offers opinions [at 10:02 mark] on several hot-button issues in Kamloops, including open drug use in public spaces, mandatory treatment, enforcement and the four pillars drug strategy.
We’re also joined by Grade 10 Valleyview secondary student Kaleigh Gnoato [34:06], who talks of an upcoming BC School Sports vote that has potential to nix gymnastics from its programming.
Gnoato explains why losing gymnastics would hurt her and many students across B.C.
Watts, a phys-ed teacher at Valleyview secondary, and Vosper, athletics director at Sa-Hali secondary, have been invited to receive BC School Sports awards on May 12 at a banquet in Whistler.
They join us [44:30] to talk about the awards and offer a different side to the gymnastics conversation.
We also hear from Kamloops Blazers’ goaltender Dylan Ernst [3:39], who helped his club earn an important victory over the Seattle Thunderbirds on Tuesday at Sandman Centre.
Our weekly sponsorship improv [6:19] recaps unruly performances at a recent lawn-bowling event that features Gord’s Appliance and Mattress Centre, Volkswagen of Kamloops, McDonald’s and the Kamloops Y Dream Home Lottery.
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