Service centre officially opens at Nk’Mip Corner

By on February 26, 2014
Following a smudging ceremony that included the gas pumps, Osoyoos Mayor Stu Wells (left) and Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie pump fuel into a motor home. (Richard McGuire photo)

Following a smudging ceremony that included the gas pumps, Osoyoos Mayor Stu Wells (left) and Osoyoos Indian Band Chief Clarence Louie pump fuel into a motor home. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. At left is Chief Clarence Louie. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm during opening ceremonies for Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. At left is Chief Clarence Louie. (Richard McGuire photo)

Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band speaks during the opening of Nk'Mip Corner, a new Petro-Canada service centre. (Richard McGuire photo)

Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band speaks during the opening of Nk’Mip Corner, a new Petro-Canada service centre. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm and dancers dance during opening ceremonies for Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm and dancers dance during opening ceremonies for Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm and dancers dance during opening ceremonies for Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Drummers beat out a rhythm and dancers dance during opening ceremonies for Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Young women dressed in colourful regalia danced to a drum beat during the opening ceremonies at Nk'Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Young women dressed in colourful regalia danced to a drum beat during the opening ceremonies at Nk’Mip Corner, the new Petro-Canada service centre owned by the Osoyoos Indian Band. (Richard McGuire photo)

Osoyoos Mayor Stu Wells (left) and Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the Nk'Mip Corner Petro-Canada service centre. (Richard McGuire photo)

Osoyoos Mayor Stu Wells (left) and Chief Clarence Louie of the Osoyoos Indian Band cut the ceremonial ribbon to open the Nk’Mip Corner Petro-Canada service centre. (Richard McGuire photo)

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