From the Nov. 27 regular Creston town council meeting:
•Crista Komar, who coordinates the Success by Six program, gave council a report on the year’s activities.
She described events including the Magic School Bus, Kidapalooza, a Little Warriors workshop on child sexual abuse awareness, a strategic planning process and other activities that she said added up to a busy, successful year.
Success by Six helped celebrate National Aboriginal Day in June by distributing copies of the Ktunaxa book, One Greet Tree, to schools, child care centres, libraries and other programs.
•Council accepted the minutes of the latest Community Pride Committee, which included a request, since accepted, that BC Transit add some evening runs in December to allow riders to see the Creston Valley Tour of Lights.
•A $250 discretionary grant was approved for the Prince Charles Secondary School senior boys volleyball team, which is representing the Kootenays in the provincial championships in Kelowna.
•Mayor Ron Toyota’s attendance at a Columbia Power Corp. open house in Trail on Dec. 3 was approved.
•The town will once again participate in the Regional District of Central Kootenay woodstove exchange program by providing a $100 rebate for each stove exchanged in the town under the program.