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Darts to bike theif


A whole bike rack of sharp pointy darts to the individual(s) who stole my 10-year-old deaf/autistic son's bike from Castle Rock complex. He attends school in Burnaby, therefore he has few friends in Squamish; his bike was the only leisure activity he could enjoy independently when he arrives home on the weekends. I hope you are satisfied in making a special boy extremely upset by taking away the one birthday present he cherished so much.

A Very Angry Mom

Guitar cases and drums full of daffodils to Bluesberry Jam band (and fill-in drummer, Richard) for filling the main street of Squamish with soulful tunes this summer. You brought a great deal of enjoyment to many for that all-too-brief four hours. Thank you.

M. B.

A movie store full of daffodils to all the businesses who generously donated items for our silent auction that will be held on Saturday, Sept. 24. We wouldn't be able to do it without you. All proceeds will be donated to the American Red Cross for Hurricane Katrina victims.

Stacy @ Movie Gallery

Bus loads of daffodils to Greyhound Bus Lines for allowing me to travel from Vancouver to Squamish after being robbed of all my money the previous evening without having to pay for the bus ride. Many thanks and I will continue to use your superior service.

Ian Farquhar

Bouquets full of thank you daffodils for Bill in the meat department of Save-On-Foods. You continually give good customer service and although in our busy lives we may not show it, it is appreciated!

A bike loaded down with daffodils for all those who graciously donated to the B.C. Lung Association bike trek. A mighty thank you. Congratulations to all the other riders from Squamish who participated. Hope to see you next year.


A bike full of daffodils to everyone who donated to the B.C. Lung Association Bike Ride. Thank you very much.

Send your Darts & Daffodils to The Chief by email at, by fax to 604-892-8483 or drop them off at The Chief office at 38117 Second Ave.

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