The weather was great, a heat record was broken, the turnout was very good and it appeared visitors were having a great Canada Day celebration at the 108 Heritage Site at the north end of the 108 Lake.
As usual, parking was hectic, but most people managed to get a spot.
One of the main attractions in the large barn during the celebration was Rainer Meyer. Rainer, offered a neck massage to anyone who was interested. The fee was by donation.
Rainer, of Rainer’s Health House and Ingrid’s Foot Care at the 108 Mile Ranch, was extremely interested to find out about the new men’s support group called “Below The Belt.”
This new group was just created after receiving a number of requests from people trying to get their husbands or partners to be tested for the many medical items located below the belt.
The group was started by four men who have been through their own below-the-belt alignments. Because of their journey, the men decided they wanted to do something to aid others in their struggles.
With the assistance of some professionals, they are now ready to start advising men with or without their spouses.
At the Canada Day Celebration, Rainer’s neck massage collected $500 in donations, and on July 2, he presented a cheque to two Below the Belt support group representatives. The group wishes to thank Rainer and Ingrid for their assistance in helping the group.
For more information on the Below the Belt, see the advertising in the 100 Mile House Free Press.