New smile at the Similkameen Spotlight

The staff of the Similkameen Spotlight are pleased to welcome Tammy Hartfield to the Spotlight team.

Tammy Hartfield is the new office administrator/ad composer for the Similkameen Spotlight.

The staff of the Similkameen Spotlight are  pleased to welcome Tammy Hartfield to the Spotlight team.

Hartfield is no stranger to the staff of the Spotlight as she has provided production and administrative support for a number of years.

Hartfield has been employed by Black Press for six years, working in the Keremeos Review office doing classifieds and production.

The Keremeos Review and the Similkameen Spotlight are sister papers within the Black Press Group working closely together to provide the most up to date information and  professional advertising services to their communities.

Hartfield grew up in the Similkameen Valley, left for a short time, and then returned with her husband Evin, to start raising their family.

The Hartfields have two children; a 13 year old son and 15 year old daughter. They enjoy camping, fishing and boating. They are also huge BC Lions fans and try to make as many trips to home games as they can.

Pets are a huge part of the family; they share their home with Love Birds, a turtle, a rabbit, a cat and fish—all that’s missing is a new puppy.

Hartfield works two days a week in the Keremeos Review office but will greet you in the front office of the Spotlight three days a week in Princeton.

She is looking forward to meeting you all and will provide you with top notch professionalism as she handles your classified advertising and creative production for your display advertising needs.

Hartfield can be reached at the Spotlight by calling 250-295-3535 or via email at


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